Data from: Genetic structure and shell shape variation within a rocky shore whelk suggests both diverging and constraining selection with gene flow

Michael R. Gemmell, Steven A. Trewick, James S. Crampton, Felix Vaux, Simon F.K. Hills, Elizabeth E. Daly, Bruce A. Marshall, Alan G. Beu, Mary Morgan-Richards & Simon F K Hills
Variation in snail shell shape has provided evolutionary biologists with excellent material for the study of local adaptation to local environments. However, assuming shell shape variation is evidence of distinct lineages (species) may have led to taxonomic inflation within some gastropod lineages. Here we compare shell shape variation and genetic structure of two independent lineages of New Zealand rocky shore whelks in order to understand the process that lead to an unusual disjunct distribution. We...
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