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Data from: Contrasting insights provided by single and multispecies data in a regional comparative phylogeographic study

Griffith University
Timothy Page (Owned by)
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:Page TJ, Hughes JM (2014) Contrasting insights provided by single and multispecies data in a regional comparative phylogeographic study. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111(3): 554–569. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bij.12231 Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package: Page TJ, Hughes JM (2014) Data from: Contrasting insights provided by single and multispecies data in a regional comparative phylogeographic study. Dryad Digital Repository.

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Many single-species freshwater phylogeographic studies have been carried out in south-east Queensland, however comparative phylogeography requires multiple lines of evidence to infer deep, significant relationships between landscape and biota. The present study aimed to test conclusions resulting from single taxon studies in a multispecies comparative framework: (1) how influential are river basins in the genetic structure of freshwater species; (2) are there biogeographic frontiers between groups of basins; and (3) could deep intraspecific lineages be explained by a single event?

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New and existing data from 33 freshwater species (23 fishes and 10 crustaceans) were combined, and both standard single-species analyses (haplotype networks, genetic distances, ΦST) and multispecies methods (hierarchical ABC) were carried out for 1814 sequences from eight basins.

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text: Queensland, Australia, Brisbane River, Mary River, Gold Coast, Logan-Albert Rivers, Pine River, Glass House Mountains, Maroochy River, Noosa River

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