Data from: Within-population structure highlighted by differential introgression across semipermeable barriers to gene flow in Anguilla marmorata

Pierre Alexandre Gagnaire, Yuki Minegishi, Saliha Zenboudji, Pierre Valade, Jun Aoyama & Patrick Berrebi
In the marine environment, differential gene exchange between partially reproductively isolated taxa can result in introgression that extends over long distances due to high larval dispersal potential. However, the degree to which this process contributes to inter-locus variance of genetic differentiation within introgressed populations remains unclear. Using a genome-scan approach in the Indo-Pacific eel Anguilla marmorata, we investigated the degree of interpopulation genetic differentiation, the rate of introgression, and within-population genetic patterns at 858 AFLP...
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