Data from: Effects of gene flow on phenotype matching between two varieties of Joshua tree (Yucca brevifolia; Agavaceae) and their pollinators

Jeremy B. Yoder, Christopher I. Smith, Daniel J. Rowley, Ramona Flatz, William Godsoe, Christopher Drummond & Olle Pellmyr
In animal-pollinated plants, local adaptation to pollinator behaviour or morphology can restrict gene flow among plant populations; but gene flow may also prevent divergent adaptation. Here, we examine possible effects of gene flow on plant-pollinator trait matching in two varieties of Joshua tree (Agavaceae: Yucca brevifolia). The two varieties differ in strikingly in floral morphology, which matches differences in the morphology of their pollinators. However, this co-divergence is not present at a smaller scale: within...
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