Data from: Distributional shifts – not geographic isolation – as a probable driver of montane species divergence

L. Lacey Knowles, Robert Massatti & Rob Massatti
As biodiversity hotspots, montane regions have been a focus of research to understand the divergence process. Like their oceanic counterparts, the diversity of the “sky islands” might be ascribed to geographic isolation of mountaintops. However, because the sky islands, and especially those in northern latitudes, are subject to extreme climatic events such as the glacial cycles that drove both altitudinal and geographical shifts in species’ distributions, the dynamic colonization process is also a possible factor...
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