Data from: Distinct niche divergence characterizes the homoploid hybrid speciation of Pinus densata on the Tibetan Plateau

Jian-Feng Mao & Xiao-Ru Wang
Ecological divergence and selection for novel adaptations to new habitats have been theoretically proposed to play important roles in promoting homoploid hybrid speciation (HHS). The successful establishment of Pinus densata on the Tibetan Plateau is one of the few known examples of HHS. In this study, we carried out extensive field expeditions to obtain representative coverage of occurrence sites of P. densata and its two putative parents. We then applied a series of GIS-based analyses...
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