Data from: Local and regional founder effects in lake zooplankton persist after thousands of years despite high dispersal potential

Marc Ventura, Adam Petrusek, Alexandre Miró, Eva Hamrová, Danilo Buñay, Luc De Meester & Joachim Mergeay
We reconstructed the genetic structure of a planktonic crustacean Daphnia longispina living in high mountain lakes and ponds in the Pyrenees to investigate whether it was shaped by persistent founder effects originating shortly after the last glacial maximum or by ongoing dispersal and effective migration (gene flow). We found that the genetic structure can largely be explained by a single colonization event following gradual deglaciation of the Pyrenees c. 10-15 000 years ago. Nuclear genetic...
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