Data from: Stronger spatial genetic structure in recolonized areas than in refugia in the European beech

Guillaume De Lafontaine, Alexis Ducousso, Sophie Lefèvre, Elodie Magnanou & Rémy J. Petit
Extant rear-edge populations located in former glacial refugia remain understudied despite their high conservation value. These populations should have experienced strong genetic drift due to their small size and long isolation. Moreover, the prolonged action of isolation-by-distance in refugial areas should result in stronger regional spatial genetic structure than in recolonized areas, but empirical tests of this prediction are scarce. To fill this gap, we first used a set of 16 microsatellite markers to investigate...
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