Data from: Topography, more than land cover, explains genetic diversity in a Neotropical savanna treefrog

Renato C. Nali, C. Guilherme Becker, Kelly R. Zamudio & Cynthia P. A. Prado
Aim: Effective conservation policies rely on information about population genetic structure and the connectivity of remnants of suitable habitat. The interaction between natural and anthropogenic discontinuities across landscapes can uncover the relative contributions of different barriers to gene flow, with direct consequences for decision-making in conservation. Therefore, we aimed to quantify the relative roles of land cover and topographic variables on the population genetic differentiation and diversity of a stream-breeding savanna treefrog (Bokermannohyla ibitiguara) across...
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