Data from: Evaluating shell variation across different populations of a freshwater snail

Daniela Vergara, Jesualdo A. Fuentes, Kayla S. Stoy & Curtis M. Lively
The freshwater snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum has become a model system for studying invasion ecology, host–parasite coevolution, the maintenance of sexual reproduction and ecotoxicology. One understudied aspect of this snail is the variation in morphology within and among populations, which could provide insights into ecological differences across its native range. In this study of 17 New Zealand lake populations of P. antipodarum we used linear measurements and geometric morphometrics to compare several aspects of shell size...
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