Data from: Montane refugia predict population genetic structure in the Large-blotched Ensatina salamander

Thomas J. Devitt, Susan E. Cameron Devitt, Bradford D. Hollingsworth, Jimmy A. McGuire & Craig Moritz
Understanding the biotic consequences of Pleistocene range shifts and fragmentation remains a fundamental goal in historical biogeography and evolutionary biology. Here, we combine species distribution models (SDM) from the present and two late Quaternary time periods with multilocus genetic data (mitochondrial DNA and microsatellites) to evaluate the effect of climate-induced habitat shifts on population genetic structure in the Large-blotched Ensatina (Ensatina eschscholtzii klauberi), a plethodontid salamander endemic to middle and high-elevation conifer forest in the...
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