Data from: Comparative landscape genetics of two river frog species occurring at different elevations on Mount Kilimanjaro

Giulia Zancolli, Mark-Oliver Rödel, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter & Andrew Storfer
Estimating population connectivity and species’ abilities to disperse across the landscape is crucial for understanding the long-term persistence of species in changing environments. Surprisingly, few landscape genetics studies focused on tropical regions despite the alarming extinction rates within these ecosystems. Here, we compared the influence of landscape features on the distribution of genetic variation of an Afromontane frog, Amietia wittei, with that of its more broadly distributed lowland congener, A. angolensis, on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania....
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