Data from: Drivers of neutral and adaptive differentiation in pike (Esox lucius) populations from contrasting environments

Johanna Sunde, Yeşerin Yıldırım, Petter Tibblin, Dorte Bekkevold, Christian Skov, Oscar Nordahl, Per Larsson & Anders Forsman
Understanding how eco-evolutionary processes and environmental factors drive population differentiation and adaptation are key challenges in evolutionary biology of relevance for biodiversity protection. Differentiation requires at least partial reproductive separation, which may result from different modes of isolation such as geographic isolation (allopatry) or isolation by distance (IBD), resistance (IBR), and environment (IBE). Despite that multiple modes might jointly influence differentiation, studies that compare the relative contributions are scarce. Using RADseq, we analyse neutral and...
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