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1. Data from: Influence of range position on locally adaptive gene-environment associations in Populus flowering time genes

2019. Keller, Stephen R., Chhatre, Vikram E., and Fitzpatrick, Matthew C. Local adaptation is pervasive in forest trees, which are characterized by large effective population sizes spanning broad climatic gradients. In ad... Journal of Heredity.

2. Data from: A combination of sexual and ecological divergence contributes to rearrangement spread during initial stages of speciation

2019. Kozak, Genevieve M., Wadsworth, Crista B., Kahne, Shoshanna C., Bogdanowicz, Steven M., Harrison, Richard G., Coates, Brad S., and Dopman, Erik B. Chromosomal rearrangements between sympatric species often contain multiple loci contributing to assortative mating, local adaptation, and hybrid s... Molecular Ecology. Tufts University, Cornell University, and Iowa State University.

3. Data from: A combined morphometric and phylogenetic revision of the late Ordovician brachiopod genera Eochonetes and Thaerodonta

2019. Bauer, Jennifer E. and Stigall, Alycia L. Systematic revision of the Late Ordovician brachiopod genera Eochonetes Reed, 1917 and Thaerodonta Wang, 1949 was conducted utilizing specimen-base... Journal of Paleontology.

4. Data from: A comparative assessment of SNP and microsatellite markers for assigning parentage in a socially monogamous bird

2019. Kaiser, Sara, Taylor, Scott A., Chen, Nancy, Sillett, Scott, Bondra, Eliana R., Webster, Michael, Kaiser, Sara A., and Sillett, T. Scott. Single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are preferred over microsatellite markers in many evolutionary studies, but have only recently been applied ... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Colorado Boulder, Cornell University, and Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute.

5. Data from: A comparison of genomic islands of differentiation across three young avian species pairs

2019. Irwin, Darren E., Milá, Borja, Toews, David P. L., Brelsford, Alan, Kenyon, Haley L., Porter, Alison N., Grossen, Christine, Delmore, Kira E., Alcaide, Miguel, and Irwin, Jessica H. Detailed evaluations of genomic variation between sister species often reveal distinct chromosomal regions of high relative differentiation (i.e., ... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Cornell University, University of California System, Queen's University, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, and Simon Fraser University.

6. Data from: A conceptual framework for clutch size evolution in songbirds

2019. Martin, Thomas E. Causes of evolved differences in clutch size among songbird species remain debated. I propose a new conceptual framework that integrates aspects of... The American Naturalist.

7. Data from: A consistent species richness-climate relationship for oaks across the Northern Hemisphere

2019. Xu, Xiaoting, Dimitrov, Dimitar, Shrestha, Nawal, Rahbek, Carsten, and Wang, Zhiheng. Aim: Although the effects of climate on species richness are known, regional processes may lead to different species richness-climate relationships... Global Ecology and Biogeography.

8. Data from: A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes to foxes

2019. Newsome, Thomas M. and Ripple, William J. Top-down processes, via the direct and indirect effects of interspecific competitive killing (no consumption of the kill) or intraguild predation (... Journal of Animal Ecology. Oregon State University.

9. Data from: A DNA barcode library for North American Pyraustinae (Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea: Crambidae)

2019. Yang, Zhaofu, Landry, Jean-François, and Hebert, Paul D. N. Although members of the crambid subfamily Pyraustinae are frequently important crop pests, their identification is often difficult because many spe... PLOS ONE. North West Agriculture and Forestry University, Agriculture and Agriculture-Food Canada, and University of Guelph.

10. Data from: A fast-evolving X-linked duplicate of importin-α2 is overexpressed in sex-ratio drive in Drosophila neotestacea

2019. Pieper, Kathleen E., Unckless, Robert L., and Dyer, Kelly A. Selfish genetic elements that manipulate gametogenesis to achieve a transmission advantage are known as meiotic drivers. Sex-ratio X-chromosomes (S... Molecular Ecology. University of Georgia and University of Kansas.