Data from: Complex phylogeographic patterns indicate Central American origin of two widespread Mesoamerican Quercus (Fagaceae) species

Hernando Rodríguez-Correa, Ken Oyama, Mauricio Quesada, Eric J. Fuchs, Maura Quezada, Lilian Ferrufino, Susana Valencia-Ávalos, Alfredo Cascante-Marín & Antonio González-Rodríguez
The northern Neotropical region is characterized by a heterogeneous geological and climatic history. Recent studies have shown contrasting patterns regarding the role of geographic elements as barriers that could have determined phylogeographic structure in various species. Recently, the phylogeography and biogeography of Quercus species have been studied intensively, and the patterns observed so far suggest contrasting evolutionary histories for Neotropical species in comparison with their Holarctic relatives. The goal of this study was to describe...
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