Data from: Leapfrogging the Mexican highlands: influence of biogeographical and ecological factors on the diversification of highland species

Itzue W. Caviedes-Solis & Adam D. Leaché
In order to understand the processes that generate and maintain diversity, it is important to disentangle the roles of ecology and geography in speciation. We investigated the biogeographical and ecological factors that influenced the diversification of tree frogs (genus Sarcohyla) in the Mexican highlands, a region with high levels of endemism. Using single nucleotide polymorphism data for 58 samples, we found support for seven distinct genetic clusters within the Sarcohyla bistincta species complex, corresponding to...
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