Data from: Phylogeographic inference using Bayesian model comparison across a fragmented chorus frog species complex

Lisa N. Barrow, Alyssa T. Bigelow, Christopher A. Phillips & Emily Moriarty Lemmon
Fragmented species complexes provide an interesting system for investigating biogeographic history and the present distribution of genetic variation. Recent advances in sequencing technology and statistical phylogeography enable the collection and rigorous analysis of large multilocus data sets, but designing studies that produce meaningful phylogeographic inferences remains challenging. We implemented a Bayesian model comparison approach to investigate previous biogeographic hypotheses while simultaneously inferring the presence of genetic structure in a chorus frog species complex. The Illinois...
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