Data from: Late Pleistocene range expansion of North American topminnows accompanied by admixture and introgression.

David D. Duvernell, Eric Westhafer & Jacob F. Schaefer
Aim: We used genome-scale sampling to assess the phylogeography of a group of topminnows in the Fundulus notatus species complex. Two of the species have undergone extensive range expansions resulting in broadly overlapping distributions, and sympatry within drainages has provided opportunities for hybridization and introgression. We assess the timing and pattern of range expansion in the context of late-Pleistocene-Holocene drainage events, and evaluate the evidence for introgressive hybridization between species. Location: Central and southern United...
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