Data from: Evidence of neutral and adaptive genetic divergence between European trout populations sampled along altitudinal gradients

Irene Keller, Andreas Taverna & Ole Seehausen
Species with a wide geographical distribution are often composed of distinct subgroups which may be adapted to their local environment. European trout (Salmo trutta species complex) provide an example of such a complex consisting of several genetically and ecologically distinct forms. However, trout populations are strongly influenced by human activities, and it is unclear to what extent neutral and adaptive genetic differences have persisted. We sampled 30 Swiss trout populations from heterogeneous environments along replicated...
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