Data from: Phylogeography of the catfish Hatcheria macraei reveals a negligible role of drainage divides in structuring populations

 

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Title All Hatcheria Cytb sequences, plus outgroups
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Description Fasta file containing all of the Cytochrome b sequences for Hatcheria macraei, plus outgroup samples. Unique haplotypes are labeled with the haplotype number preceding the isolate label. The isolate label usually consists of the initials of the species (HM, TA) followed by the first four letters of the locality. See readme file for which codes are associated with specific populations.
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Title Arlequin Analysis file for all Hatcheria Cytb sequences grouped by population
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Description Arlequin file, individuals were first grouped by population in DNAsp, then grouped by river drainage in Arlequin
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Title Arlequin analysis file that contains all Hatcheria Cytb haplotypes
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Description Arlequin haplotype file output from DNAsp. Place this file in the same directory as the Arlequin project file.
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Title RAxML datafile for all Hatcheria haplotypes plus outgroups
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Description Datafile used in our phylogenetic analyses. Labels consist of the haplotype number and isolate name.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Unmack PJ, Barriga JP, Battini MA, Habit EM, Johnson JB (2011) Phylogeography of the catfish Hatcheria macraei reveals a negligible role of drainage divides in structuring populations. Molecular Ecology 21(4): 942-959. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05408.x

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Unmack PJ, Barriga JP, Battini MA, Habit EM, Johnson JB (2011) Data from: Phylogeography of the catfish Hatcheria macraei reveals a negligible role of drainage divides in structuring populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1t67j57q
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