Data from: The Rift Valley is a major barrier to dispersal of African clawed frogs (Xenopus) in Ethiopia

Ben J Evans, Shireen M Maarschalk, Simone A Mendel & Richard C Tinsley
The Ethiopian highlands – home to striking species diversity and endemism – are bisected by the Rift Valley, a zone of tectonic divergence. Using molecular data we examined the evolutionary history of two co-distributed species of African clawed frog (Xenopus clivii and X. largeni) that are endemic to this region. Our field collections substantially extend the known distribution of X. largeni, a species formerly known from highlands southeast of the Rift, but that also occurs...
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