Data from: Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations

Juan Wang, Thomas Källman, Jianquan Liu, Qiuhong Guo, Yuxia Wu, Kao Lin & Martin Lascoux
Despite the evidence that the Pleistocene climatic fluctuations have seriously affected the distribution of intraspecific diversity, less is known on its impact on interspecific divergence. In this study, we aimed to test the hypothesis that the divergence of two desert poplar species Populus euphratica Oliv. and P. pruinosa Schrenk. occurred during the Pleistocene. We sequenced 11 nuclear loci in 60 individuals from the two species to estimate the divergence time between them and to test...
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