Data from: Genetic connectivity of the moth pollinated tree Glionnetia sericea in a highly fragmented habitat

Aline Finger, Christopher N. Kaiser-Bunbury, Chris J. Kettle, Terence Valentin & Jaboury Ghazoul
Long-distance gene flow is thought to be one prerequisite for the persistence of plant species in fragmented environments. Human influences have led to severe fragmentation of native habitats in the Seychelles islands, with many species surviving only in small and isolated populations. The endangered Seychelles endemic tree Glionnetia sericea is restricted to altitudes between 450 m and 900 m where the native forest vegetation has been largely lost and replaced with exotic invasives over the...
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