Data from: Hydrologically contrasting environments induce genetic but not phenotypic differentiation in Solanum dulcamara

Qian Zhang, Janny L. Peeters, Eric J. W. Visser, Hans De Kroon, Heidrun Huber & Janny L. Peters
In contrasting habitats, locally adapted populations are expected to evolve through directional selection. Hydrological gradients provide a scenario where strong selection forces have led to species segregation in communities along the hydrological niche axes due to specific adaptations to their ambient environment. However, much less is known about the processes enabling species with wide ecological amplitudes, such as Solanum dulcamara L., to occupy the contrasting niches at the far ends of the gradient. Here, we...
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