Data from: Genomic architecture of habitat-related divergence and signature of directional selection in the body shapes of Gnathopogon fishes

Ryo Kakioka, Tomoyuki Kokita, Hiroki Kumada, Katsutoshi Watanabe & Noboru Okuda
Evolution of ecomorphologically relevant traits such as body shapes is important to colonize and persist in a novel environment. Habitat-related adaptive divergence of these traits is therefore common among animals. We studied the genomic architecture of habitat-related divergence in the body shape of Gnathopogon fishes, a novel example of lake–stream ecomorphological divergence, and tested for the action of directional selection on body shape differentiation. Compared to stream-dwelling Gnathopogon elongatus, the sister species Gnathopogon caerulescens, exclusively...
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