Data from: A passerine bird's evolution corroborates the geologic history of the island of New Guinea

Kristy Deiner, Alan R. Lemmon, Andrew L. Mack, Robert C. Fleischer & John P. Dumbacher
New Guinea is a biologically diverse island, with a unique geologic history and topography that has likely played a role in the evolution of species. Few island-wide studies, however, have examined the phylogeographic history of lowland species. The objective of this study was to examine patterns of phylogeographic variation of a common and widespread New Guinean bird species (Colluricincla megarhyncha). Specifically, we test the mechanisms hypothesized to cause geographic and genetic variation (e.g., vicariance, isolation...
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