Data from: Environmental margin and island evolution in Middle Eastern populations of the Egyptian fruit bat

P. Hulva, Tereza Maresova, Cheliana Dundarova, Rasit Bilgin, Petr Benda, Tomas Bartonicka & Ivan Horacek
Here, we present a study of the population genetic architecture and microevolution of the Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus) at the environmental margins in the Middle East using mitochondrial sequences and nuclear microsatellites. In contrast to the rather homogenous population structure typical of cave-dwelling bats in climax tropical ecosystems, a relatively pronounced isolation by distance and population diversification was observed. The evolution of this pattern could be ascribed to the complicated demographic history at higher...
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