Data from: Multiple glacial refugia and contemporary dispersal shape the genetic structure of an endemic amphibian from the Pyrenees

Federica Lucati, Manon Poignet, Alexandre Miró, Audrey Trochet, Fabien Aubret, Laurent Barthe, Romain Bertrand, Teresa Buchaca, Olivier Calvez, Jenny Caner, Elodie Darnet, Mathieu Denoël, Olivier Guillaume, Hugo Le Chevalier, Albert Martínez-Silvestre, Marc Mossoll-Torres, David O’Brien, Víctor Osorio, Gilles Pottier, Murielle Richard, Ibor Sabás, Jérémie Souchet, Jan Tomàs & Marc Ventura
Historical factors (colonization scenarios, demographic oscillations) and contemporary processes (population connectivity, current population size) largely contribute to shaping species’ present-day genetic diversity and structure. In this study, we use a combination of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA markers to understand the role of Quaternary climatic oscillations and present-day gene flow dynamics in determining the genetic diversity and structure of the newt Calotriton asper (Al. Dugès, 1852), endemic to the Pyrenees. Mitochondrial DNA did not show a...
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