Data from: Comparative rangewide phylogeography of four endemic Taiwanese bat species

Stephen J. Rossiter, Hao-Chih Kuo, Shiang-Fan Chen, Yin-Ping Fang & Jon Flanders
Phylogeographic reconstructions of co-distributed taxa can help reveal the interplay between abiotic factors, such as altitude and climate, and species-specific attributes, in shaping patterns of population genetic structure. Recent studies also demonstrate the value of both range-wide sampling and species distribution modeling (SDM) in comparative phylogeography. Here we combine these approaches to study the population histories of four phylogenetically-related forest-dependent bat species. All are endemic to the mountainous island of Taiwan but show differences in...
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