Data from: Defining spatial and temporal patterns of phylogeographic structure in Madagascar's iguanid lizards (Genus Oplurus)

Lauren M. Chan, Dean Choi, Achille P. Raselimanana, Hery A. Rakotondravony & Anne D. Yoder
Understanding the remarkably high species diversity and levels of endemism found among Madagascar’s flora and fauna has been the focus of many studies. One hypothesis that has received much attention proposes that Pleistocene climate fluctuations spurred diversification. However, while spatial patterns of distribution and phylogenetic relationships can provide support for biogeographic predictions, temporal estimates of divergence are required to determine the fit of these geospatial patterns to climatic or biogeographic mechanisms. We use multilocus DNA...
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