Data from: Phylogeography of a widespread lizard complex reflects patterns of both geographic and ecological isolation

Levi N. Gray, Anthony J. Barley, Steven Poe, Robert C. Thomson, Adrián Nieto-Montes De Oca & Ian J. Wang
A primary challenge for modern phylogeography is understanding how ecology and geography, both contemporary and historical, shape the spatial distribution and evolutionary histories of species. Phylogeographic patterns are the result of many factors, including geology, climate, habitat, colonization history, and lineage-specific constraints. Assessing the relative influences of these factors is difficult because few species, regions, and environments are sampled in enough detail to compare competing hypotheses rigorously and because a particular phylogeographic pattern can potentially...
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