Data from: Bayesian phylogeographic inferences reveal contrasting colonization dynamics among European groundwater isopods

David Eme, Florian Malard, Lara Konecny-Dupré, Tristan Lefébure & Christophe J. Douady
The potentially important role of northern microrefugia during postglacial dispersal is challenging the view of southern Europe as a refuge and source area of European biota. In groundwaters, large geographic ranges of presumably good dispersers are increasingly suspected to consist of assemblages of cryptic species with narrow ranges. Moreover, a large species range, even when confirmed by molecular evidence, tells us little about the spatiotemporal dynamics of dispersal. Here, we used phylogenetic inferences, species delineation...
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