Data from: Colonization history and population genetics of the color-polymorphic Hawaiian happy-face spider Theridion grallator (Araneae, Theridiidae)

Peter J. P. Croucher, Geoffrey Stuart Oxford, Athena Lam, Neesha Mody & Rosemary G. Gillespie
Past geological and climatological processes shape extant biodiversity. In the Hawaiian Islands these processes have provided the physical environment for a number of extensive adaptive radiations. Yet single species that occur throughout the islands provide some of the best cases for understanding how species respond to the shifting dynamics of the islands in the context of colonization history and associated demographic and adaptive shifts. Here we focus on the Hawaiian happy-face spider, a single color-polymorphic...
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