Data from: Species delimitation in endangered groundwater salamanders: implications for aquifer management and biodiversity conservation

Thomas J Devitt, April M Wright, David C Cannatella & David M Hillis
Groundwater-dependent species are among the least-known components of global biodiversity, as well as some of the most vulnerable because of rapid groundwater depletion at regional and global scales. The karstic Edwards–Trinity aquifer system of west-central Texas is one of the most species-rich groundwater systems in the world, represented by dozens of endemic groundwater-obligate species with narrow, naturally fragmented distributions. Here, we examine how geomorphological and hydrogeological processes have driven population divergence and speciation in a...
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