Data from: Patterns and processes in complex landscapes: testing alternative biogeographic hypotheses through integrated analysis of phylogeography and community ecology in Hawai'i

 

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Title Hawaii Wet Forest Plants
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Description To determine which plant species occur within each region, we drew from a database of angiosperm distributions (Price, 2004), with additional data for ferns (Palmer, 2003) to represent all vascular plants. These data come from numerous sources, including herbarium specimens, species lists, historical accounts, and field records from numerous biologists. Where possible, specific localties place a species solidly within a given biogeographic region or moisture zone according to maps developed by Price et al. (2007); in some cases more general records were necessary, such as presence noted in a checklist from a given area or general herbarium label information ("Kohala Mountains"). We followed Price (2004) and considered a species to inhabit a wet forest habitat region if it was recorded from any of the volcanoes that make up the region and is known to occur in wet forest somewhere within its range.
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Title D. sproati collection information
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Description Detailed collection information for all D. sproati individuals sequenced in this study.
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Eldon J, Price JP, Price DK, Magnacca K (2013) Patterns and processes in complex landscapes: testing alternative biogeographic hypotheses through integrated analysis of phylogeography and community ecology in Hawai'i. Molecular Ecology 22(13): 3613–3628. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12326

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Eldon J, Price JP, Price DK, Magnacca K (2013) Data from: Patterns and processes in complex landscapes: testing alternative biogeographic hypotheses through integrated analysis of phylogeography and community ecology in Hawai'i. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cn946
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