Data from: Convergence and divergence during the adaptation to similar environments by an Australian groundsel

Federico Roda, Huanle Liu, Melanie Joye Wilkinson, Greg Matthew Walter, Maddie Ellen James, Diana Marcela Bernal, Maria Clara Melo, Andrew John Lowe, Loren H. Rieseberg, Peter Prentis, Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos & Gregory M. Walter
Adaptation to replicate environments is often achieved through similar phenotypic solutions. Whether selection also produces convergent genomic changes in these situations remains largely unknown. The variable groundsel, Senecio lautus, is an excellent system to investigate the genetic underpinnings of convergent evolution, since morphologically similar forms of these plants have adapted to the same environments along the coast of Australia. We compared range-wide patterns of genomic divergence in natural populations of this plant and searched for...
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