Data from: Sex-biased dispersal obscures species boundaries in integrative species delimitation approaches

Jonas Eberle, Erika Bazzato, Silvia Fabrizi, Michele Rossini, Mariastella Colomba, Davide Cillo, Marco Uliana, Ignazio Sparacio, Guido Sabatinelli, Rachel Warnock, Giuseppe Carpaneto & Dirk Ahrens
Accurate delimitation of species is crucial for a stable taxonomy, which provides the foundation for the study of evolutionary biology, ecology and essentially all biological disciplines. Several approaches towards impartial and repeatable taxonomic practices are available but all existing methods have potentially unacceptable shortcomings. In particular, problems can arise when the underlying model assumptions are violated, for instance in the presence of reduced gene flow. This is observed in the context of sex-biased dispersal, which...
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