Data for: The scales of coevolution: comparative phylogeography and genetic demography of a locally adapted venomous predator and its prey

Matthew Holding
Coevolutionary theory predicts that differences in the genetic demography of interacting species can influence patterns of local adaptation by affecting the potential of local populations to respond to selection. We conducted a comparative phylogeographic study of venomous rattlesnakes and their venom-resistant ground squirrel prey across California, and assessed how effective population size (Ne) estimates correspond with a previously documented pattern of rattlesnake local adaptation. Using RAD-seq markers, we detected lineage relationships among both the rattlesnakes...
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