Data from: Invasive species and postglacial colonization: their effects on the genetic diversity of a Patagonian fish

Iván Vera-Escalona, Evelyn Habit & Daniel E. Ruzzante
The present distribution of Patagonian species is the result of a complex history involving Quaternary refugial populations, Holocene range expansions, and demographic changes occurring during the Anthropocene. Invasive salmonids were introduced in Patagonia during the last century, occupying most rivers and lakes, preying on, and competing with native species, including the fish Galaxias platei. Here we used G. platei as a case study to understand how long-term (i.e. population differentiation during the Holocene) and short-term...
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