Data from: Neutral and adaptive genomic signatures of rapid poleward range expansion

Janne Swaegers, Joachim Mergeay, Anneleen Van Geystelen, Lieven Therry, Maarten H.D. Larmuseau, Robby Stoks & M. H. D. Larmuseau
Many species are expanding their range polewards and this has been associated with rapid phenotypic change. Yet, it is unclear to what extent this reflects rapid genetic adaptation or neutral processes associated with range expansion, or selection linked to the new thermal conditions encountered. To disentangle these alternatives, we studied the genomic signature of range expansion in the damselfly Coenagrion scitulum using 4950 newly developed genomic SNPs and linked this to the rapidly evolved phenotypic...
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