Data from: Recurrent selection explains parallel evolution of genomic regions of high relative but low absolute differentiation in a ring species

Darren E. Irwin, Miguel Alcaide, Kira E. Delmore, Jessica H. Irwin & Gregory L. Owens
Recent technological developments allow investigation of the repeatability of evolution at the genomic level. Such investigation is particularly powerful when applied to a ring species, in which spatial variation represents changes during the evolution of two species from one. We examined genomic variation among three subspecies of the greenish warbler ring species, using genotypes at 13 013 950 nucleotide sites along a new greenish warbler consensus genome assembly. Genomic regions of low within-group variation are...
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