Data from: Widespread parallel population adaptation to climate variation across a radiation: implications for adaptation to climate change.

Roger S. Thorpe, Axel Barlow, Anita Malhotra & Yann Surget-Groba
Global warming will impact species in a number of ways, and it is important to know the extent to which natural populations can adapt to anthropogenic climate change by natural selection. Parallel microevolution within separate species can demonstrate natural selection, but several studies of homoplasy have not yet revealed examples of widespread parallel evolution in a generic radiation. Taking into account primary phylogeographic divisions, we investigate numerous quantitative traits (size, shape, scalation, colour pattern and...
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