Data from: Comparative phylogeography of mainland and insular species of Neotropical molossid bats (Molossus)

Livia O. Loureiro, Mark D. Engstrom & Burton K. Lim
Genetic structures, historical events, habitat preferences, and geographic barriers might result in distinct patterns in insular versus mainland populations. Comparison between these two biogeographic systems provides an opportunity to investigate the relative role of isolation in phylogeographic patterns and to elucidate the importance of evolution and demographic history in population structure. Herein we use a genotype by sequencing approach (GBS) to explore population structure within three species of mastiff bats (Molossus molossus, M. coibensis, and...
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