Data from: Pleistocene origins of chorusing diversity in Mediterranean bush-cricket populations (Ephippiger diurnus)

Yareli Esquer-Garrigos, Rejane Streiff, Virginie Party, Sabine Nidelet, Miguel Navascués & Michael D. Greenfield
We studied the Pleistocene diversification of a relatively endemic Mediterranean insect (Ephippiger diurnus ; Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) to understand how species with restricted range may nonetheless exhibit the complex phylogeography normally associated with broad distribution. A time-calibrated molecular phylogeny based on two mitochondrial genes showed that E. diurnus diverged into two major clades, distinguished largely be male song, before or early during the Pleistocene. Several subclades also diverged before the most recent glacial period. Data from...
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