Data from: Contrasting geographic structure in evolutionarily divergent Lake Tanganyika catfishes

Claire R. Peart, Kanchon K. Dasmahapatra & Julia J. Day
Geographic isolation is suggested to be among the most important processes in the generation of cichlid fish diversity in East Africa’s Great lakes, both through isolation by distance and fluctuating connectivity caused by changing lake levels. However, even broad scale phylogeographic patterns are currently unknown in many non-cichlid littoral taxa from these systems. To begin to address this we generated restriction-site associated DNA sequence (RADseq) data to investigate phylogeographic structure throughout Lake Tanganyika in two...
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