Data from: The comparative genomic landscape of adaptive radiation in Crater Lake cichlid fishes

Peiwen Xiong, C. Darrin Hulsey, Carmelo Fruciano, Wai Y. Wong, Alexander Nater, Andreas F. Kautt, Oleg Simakov, Martin Pippel, Shigehiro Kuraku, Axel Meyer & Paolo Franchini
Factors ranging from ecological opportunity to genome composition might explain why only some lineages form adaptive radiations. While being rare, particular systems can provide natural experiments within an identical ecological setting where the factors promoting increased species numbers and phenotypic divergence in two closely related lineages is notably different. We investigated one such natural experiment using two de novo assembled and 40 re-sequenced genomes and asked why two closely related Neotropical cichlid fish lineages, the...
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