Dataset of all known taxa of the "western" and "eastern" lineage of the Near Eastern brown frogs (Rana macrocnemis macrocnemis, R. m. camerani, R. holtzi, R. m. pseudodalmatina, R. m. tavasensis, Amphibia, Ranidae, R. m. tavasensis, Amphibia, Ranidae) for the exploration of deeper phylogeographic patterns.
Contains the 16S ribosomal mtDNA sequences (n=19) listed in the Appendix II of Veith et al (2003). It is called using
In total 40 sampling locations throughout the Near Eastern (Turkey, Georgia, Daghestan, Northern Iran) with 21 (19 + 2) haplotypes of length 536.
M. Veith, J.F. Schmidtler, J. Kosuch, I. Baran and A. Seitz (2003) Palaeoclimatic changes explain Anatolian mountain frog evolution: a test for alternating vicariance and dispersal events. Molecular Ecology.
M. Veith, J. Kosuch and M. Vences (2003) Climatic oscillations triggered post-Messinian speciation of Western Palearctic brown frogs (Amphibia, Ranidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
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