Data from: Gene flow, ancient polymorphism, and ecological adaptation shape the genomic landscape of divergence among Darwin's finches

Fan Han, Sangeet Lamichhaney, B. Rosemary Grant, Peter R. Grant, Leif Andersson & Matthew T. Webster
Genomic comparisons of closely related species have identified “islands” of locally elevated sequence divergence. Genomic islands may contain functional variants involved in local adaptation or reproductive isolation and may therefore play an important role in the speciation process. However, genomic islands can also arise through evolutionary processes unrelated to speciation, and examination of their properties can illuminate how new species evolve. Here, we performed scans for regions of high relative divergence (FST) in 12 species...
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