Data from: Differences in flowering time maintain species boundaries in a continental radiation of Viburnum

Elizabeth L. Spriggs, Caroline Schlutius, Deren A. Eaton, Brian Park, Patrick W. Sweeney, Erika J. Edwards & Michael J. Donoghue
Premise of the study: We take an integrative approach in assessing how introgression and Pleistocene climate fluctuations have shaped the diversification of the Viburnum lentago clade, a group of five inter-fertile species with broad areas of sympatry. We specifically tested whether flowering time plays a role in maintaining species isolation. Methods: RAD-seq data for 103 individuals were used to infer the species relationships and the genetic structure within each species. Flowering times were compared among...
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