Data from: Post‐glacial establishment of locally adapted fish populations over a steep salinity gradient

Erica H. Leder, Carl André, Alan Le Moan, Mats Töpel, Anders Blomberg, Jonathan N. Havenhand, Kai Lindström, Filip A. M. Volckaert, Charlotta Kvarnemo, Kerstin Johannesson & Ola Svensson
Studies of colonization of new habitats that appear from rapidly changing environments are interesting and highly relevant to our understanding of divergence and speciation. Here, we analyse phenotypic and genetic variation involved in the successful establishment of a marine fish (sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutus) over a steep salinity drop from 35 PSU in the North Sea (NE Atlantic) to two PSU in the inner parts of the post-glacial Baltic Sea. We first show that populations...
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