Data from: Ecomorphological convergence in Eleutherodactylus frogs: a case of replicate radiations in the Caribbean

Álvaro Dugo-Cota, Carles Vilà, Ariel Rodríguez & Alejandro Gonzalez-Voyer
Replicate radiations, the repeated multiplication of species associated with ecological divergence, have attracted much attention and generated as much debate. Due to the few well‐studied cases, it remains unclear whether replicate radiations are an exceptional result of evolution or a relatively common example of the power of adaptation by natural selection. We examined the case of Eleutherodactylus frogs, which radiated in the Caribbean islands resulting in more than 160 species that occupy very diverse habitats....
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