Data from: Phylogeographic history of Japanese macaques

Tsuyoshi Ito, Takashi Hayakawa, Nami Suzuki–Hashido, Yuzuru Hamada, Yosuke Kurihara, Goro Hanya, Akihisa Kaneko, Takayoshi Natsume, Seitaro Aisu, Takeaki Honda, Syuji Yachimori, Tomoko Anezaki, Toshinori Omi, Shin-Ichi Hayama, Mikiko Tanaka, Hikaru Wakamori, Hiroo Imai & Yoshi Kawamoto
Aim: Understanding patterns and processes of geographic genetic variation within and among closely related species is the essence of phylogeography. Japanese macaques, also called snow monkeys, have been extensively studied, particularly in the fields of sociobiology, ecology, and experimental biology; however, our knowledge of their evolutionary history is relatively limited. In this study we aimed to elucidate the geographic patterns of genetic variation in Japanese macaques and the processes that underlie them. Location: Japan Taxon:...
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