Data from: Speciation has a spatial scale that depends on levels of gene flow

 

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Title Table A1 - Physical characteristics of oceanic islands included in the study
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Title Table A2 - Genera that have speciated on oceanic islands
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Title Table A3 - Endemism and speciation data by taxon and island
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Title Table A4 - Results of phylogeny search to check putative speciation events
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Title Table A5 - Best multiple regression models for the effects of island characteristics on speciation
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Title Table A6 - Gene flow data for all study taxa
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Kisel Y, Barraclough TG (2010) Speciation has a spatial scale that depends on levels of gene flow. American Naturalist 175: 316–334. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/650369

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Kisel Y, Barraclough TG (2010) Data from: Speciation has a spatial scale that depends on levels of gene flow. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.887
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