Data from: Human−geographic effects on variations in the population genetics of Sinotaia quadrata (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) that historically migrated from continental East Asia to Japan

Bin Ye, Takumi Saito, Takahiro Hirano, Zhengzhong Dong, Van Tu Do & Satoshi Chiba
Background: Anthropogenic factors potentially affect observed biogeographical patterns in genetic variations of populations, but the effects of ancient human activities on the original patterns that were created by natural processes are unknown. Sinotaia quadrata, a widely distributed freshwater snail species in East Asia, was used to investigate this issue. It is unclear if S. quadrata in Japan was introduced from China, and how different human uses and varying geographic patterns affect the genetic structure of...
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