Run and output files from: Holocene population expansion of a tropical bee coincides with early human colonisation of Fiji rather than climate change

James B. Dorey, Scott V.C. Groom, Alejandro Velasco-Castrillón, Mark Stevens, Michael S.Y. Lee & Michael P. Schwarz
There is substantial debate about the relative roles of climate change and human activities on biodiversity and species demographies over the Holocene. In some cases, these two factors can be resolved using fossil data, but for many taxa such data are not available. Inferring historical demographies of taxa has become common, but the methodologies are mostly recent and their shortcomings often unexplored. The bee genus Homalictus is developing into a tractable model system for understanding...
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