Data from: Ecological opportunities and specializations shaped genetic divergence in a highly mobile marine top predator

Marie Louis, Michael C. Fontaine, Jérôme Spitz, Erika Schlund, Willy Dabin, Robert Deaville, Florence Caurant, Yves Cherel, Christophe Guinet & Benoit Simon-Bouhet
Environmental conditions can shape genetic and morphological divergence. Release of new habitats during historical environmental changes was a major driver of evolutionary diversification. Here, forces shaping population structure and ecotype differentiation (‘pelagic’ and ‘coastal’) of bottlenose dolphins in the North-east Atlantic were investigated using complementary evolutionary and ecological approaches. Inference of population demographic history using approximate Bayesian computation indicated that coastal populations were likely founded by the Atlantic pelagic population after the Last Glacial Maxima...
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