Data from: The significance of past interdrainage connectivity for studies of diversity, distribution and movement of freshwater-limited taxa within a catchment

Cecilia Carrea, Leigh V. Anderson, Dave Craw, Jonathan M. Waters & Christopher P. Burridge
Aim: Historical connectivity between drainages may represent an underappreciated contributor to the biodiversity within a catchment. First, we tested whether an isolated population of freshwater-limited galaxiids represents a contribution by past interdrainage connectivity to this system’s biodiversity, rather than reflecting intracatchment dispersal or speciation. Second, we sought to distinguish between possible geomorphic processes that could have allowed any past connectivity. Location: The Clutha and adjacent Southland region drainages on the South Island of New Zealand....
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