Data from: Climatic suitability, isolation by distance and river resistance explain genetic variation in a Brazilian whiptail lizard

Oliveira EF, Martinez PA, São-Pedro VA, Gehara M, Burbrink FT, Mesquita DO, Garda AA, Colli GR, Costa GC

Date Published: October 6, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8v5p3

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Title Table S1
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Description Table S1. Samples of Ameivula ocellifera used in the present study (336 samples). A map code number (see Figure 1) is presented for each sample, along with locality, state, institution of origin, voucher number, laboratorial code number, geographic coordinates (longitude and latitude in decimal degrees), and GenBank accession numbers.
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Title Table S2
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Description Table S2. Pairwise FST distances matrix (lower diagonal) and significant FST p-values (upper diagonal) for the 46 sampled localities of Ameivula ocellifera. Negative values in FST matrix were replaced with zeros to perform the analyses of genetic differentiation (more details in the “Genetic diversity and differentiation” section).
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Title Table S4
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Description Table S4. Climate and environmental values for each locality used to test genetic diversity in Ameivula ocellifera through linear regression or simultaneous autoregression analyses. Nucleotide diversity (π); climatic suitability from current and Last Glacial Maximum (LGM, 21 kyr) periods; isothermality (BIO3), temperature seasonality (BIO4), minimum temperature of coldest month (BIO6), annual mean temperature (BIO1), annual precipitation (BIO12), net primary productivity (NPP), actual evapotranspiration (AET), topographic complexity (TC), and distance from center of diffusion (DCD). Letters after BIO3, BIO4 and BIO6 variables represent current (C) and LGM (L) climate conditions.
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Title Table S6
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Description Table S6. Pairwise connectivity distance matrix for the 46 sampled localities of Ameivula ocellifera based on its current climatic suitability.
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Description Table S7. Pairwise connectivity distance matrix for the 46 sampled localities of Ameivula ocellifera based on its LGM climatic suitability.
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Description Table S8. Pairwise connectivity distance matrix for the 46 sampled localities of Ameivula ocellifera based on Caatinga main rivers.
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Description Table S9. Pairwise resistance distance matrix for the 46 sampled localities of Ameivula ocellifera based on Caatinga slope gradient.
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Description Table S10. Pairwise resistance distance matrix for the 46 sampled localities of Ameivula ocellifera based on Caatinga roughness gradient.
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Description R-script used to evaluate the contribution of environment and space in explaining genetic differentiation in Ameivula ocellifera using Generalized Dissimilarity Modelling (GDM).
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Oliveira EF, Martinez PA, São-Pedro VA, Gehara M, Burbrink FT, Mesquita DO, Garda AA, Colli GR, Costa GC (2017) Climatic suitability, isolation by distance and river resistance explain genetic variation in a Brazilian whiptail lizard. Heredity, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41437-017-0017-2

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Oliveira EF, Martinez PA, São-Pedro VA, Gehara M, Burbrink FT, Mesquita DO, Garda AA, Colli GR, Costa GC (2017) Data from: Climatic suitability, isolation by distance and river resistance explain genetic variation in a Brazilian whiptail lizard. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8v5p3
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