Data from: The island syndrome hypothesis is only partially validated in two rodent species in an inland-island system

Tristan Juette, Dany Garant, Joël W Jameson & Denis Réale
According to the island syndrome and island rule hypotheses, island isolation and reduced area lead to phenotypic shifts in ecologically relevant traits in insular populations compared to mainland ones. These hypotheses have been built up with oceanic islands in mind or islands where isolation is high and colonization rate relatively limited. This set of hypotheses, however, may not be applicable to other inland-island systems or recently fragmented landscapes. We investigated how island life leads to...
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