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From: Demographic histories of adaptively diverged riparian and non-riparian species of Ainsliaea(Asteraceae) inferred from coalescent analyses using multiple nuclear loci

Figure 2

The localities of the populations of Ainsliaea linearis (Al), A. apiculata (Aa), A. oblonga (Ao), and A. macroclinidioides (Am) sampled in this study. Two riparian species, A. linearis and A. oblonga, are endemic to Yakushima Island and Okinawa Island, respectively. The distribution ranges of non-riparian species, A. apiculata and A. macroclinidioides, are represented by dotted and bold gray lines, respectively. Detailed information on these localities is provided in Additional file 3: Table S3.

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