Data from: Novel trophic niches drive variable progress toward ecological speciation within an adaptive radiation of pupfishes

 

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Title SNP data
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Description 13,912 SNPs called in 50% of 69 individuals with no less than 95% missing data, minimum stack depth of 20 sequenced reads. Additional file of SNPs filtered for STRUCTURE analyses.
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Title Species and location for ID codes in all datasets
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Description Species names and location data for ID codes in all datasets.
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Title RaxML
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Description RaxML input SNP file and output maximum likelihood tree with bootstrap support.
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Title treemix
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Description Treemix and D-statistic input files in .ped and treemix formats along with output file of D-statistics (four-population tests).
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Title differentiation across lakes
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Description Data from lakes on San Salvador Island, Bahamas: Fst genetic differentiation across species and lakes, log lake areas (m2), matrices of Fst differentiation and geographic distances between each pair of populations for each species; visual census abundance of each trophic specialist relative to abundance of generalist C. variegatus; and genetic diversity (pi) for each population and species.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Martin CH, Feinstein LC (2014) Novel trophic niches drive variable progress toward ecological speciation within an adaptive radiation of pupfishes. Molecular Ecology 23(7): 1846-1862. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12658

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Martin CH, Feinstein LC (2014) Data from: Novel trophic niches drive variable progress toward ecological speciation within an adaptive radiation of pupfishes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5k4k4
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