Data from: Human impacted landscapes facilitate hybridization between a native and an introduced tree

Sean M. Hoban, Tim S. McCleary, Scott E. Schlarbaum, Sandra L. Anagnostakis & Jeanne Romero-Severson
Spatial and temporal dynamics of hybridization, in particular the influence of local environmental conditions, are well studied for sympatric species but less is known for native-introduced systems, especially for long-lived species. We used microsatellite and chloroplast DNA markers to characterize the influence of anthropogenic landscapes on the extent, direction, and spatial distribution of hybridization between a native North American tree Juglans cinerea (butternut) and an introduced tree Juglans ailantifolia (Japanese walnut) for 1363 trees at...
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