Data from: Spatial variation in climate mediates gene flow across an island archipelago

Michael Latter Logan, M. C. Duryea, Orsolya R. Molnar, Benji J. Kessler & Ryan Calsbeek
High levels of gene flow among partially isolated populations can overwhelm selection and limit local adaptation. This process, known as “gene swamping,” can homogenize genetic diversity among populations and reduce the capacity of a species to withstand rapid environmental change. We studied brown anole lizards (Anolis sagrei) distributed across seven islands in The Bahamas. We used microsatellite markers to estimate gene flow among islands and then examined the correlation between thermal performance and island temperature....
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