Data from: Correlations between broad-scale taxonomic and genetic differentiations suggest a dominant imprint of historical processes on beta diversities

Marine Robuchon, Boris Leroy, Céline Jézéquel & Bernard Hugueny
Aim: Dispersal limitation, environmental selection and drift are known to influence both taxonomic similarity between communities and genetic similarity between populations. However, disentangling the relative roles of these processes on spatial patterns of differentiation - whether regarding taxonomic differentiation between communities or genetic differentiation between populations - is challenging. Investigating whether spatial patterns of taxonomic differentiation and genetic differentiation are correlated (β-SGDCs) is a promising approach to address this issue. Here, we investigated β-SGDCs over...
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