Data from: Historical and current introgression in a Mesoamerican hummingbird species complex: a biogeographic perspective

Jiménez RA, Ornelas JF

Date Published: January 18, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2c088

 

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Title Jiménez&Ornelas_IMa_BERYvsHYB_mt
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Description BERY (Amazilia beryllina) populations west of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec versus HYBRID populations east of the IT (Amazilia beryllina and Amazilia cyanura), combining mitochondrial markers (ND2 and ATPase 6-8).
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Title Jiménez&Ornelas_IMa_SAUCvsHIB_mt
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Description SAUC (Amazilia saucerottei) populations south of the Nicaraguan Depression versus HYBRID populations between the Nicaraguan Depression and the Isthmus of Tehuantepec (Amazilia saucerottei and Amazilia cyanura), combining mitochondrial markers (ND2 and ATPase 6-8).
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Title Jiménez&Ornelas_IMa_BERYvsSAUC_mt
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Description BERY (Amazilia beryllina) populations west of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec versus SAUC (Amazilia saucerottei) populations south of the Nicaraguan Depression, combining mitochondrial markers (ND2 and ATPase 6-8).
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Title Jiménez&Ornelas_Microsatellites_info
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Description Microsatellite sizing for 145 hummingbirds samples genotyped at twelve autosomal microsatellite loci previously designed for Amazilia cyanocephala (A1-3-5, A1-4-1, A2-1-2 and A2-5-3; Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium et al., 2013), Campylopterus curvipennis (Cacu1-10, Cacu4-8, Cacu13-1, Cacu13-7; Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium et al., 2010) and Selasphorus platycercus (HumB1, HumB2, HumB3, HumB9; Oyler-McCance et al., 2011). Microsatellite sizing for each loci consists in 3 digits (e.g. 222 for 82442 at loci A1-3-5). Numbers of POP correspond to sampling localities. Refer Table S4 for sampling locality information. ID corresponds to individual identifiers of the samples worked in this study. Genbank accession numbers for mitochondrial information is available for each sample; samples with no Genbank accession number were not sequenced for mitochondria. Missing data code= 0
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Title Jiménez&Ornelas_Morphology_info
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Description Plumage color variation of 145 adult hummingbirds assessed using a qualitative index created by summing up the scores of 10 morphological characters (rufous patch on secondary feathers, rufous patch on primary feathers, undertail feathers, belly color, throat and chest color, wings, upper tail feathers, back color, tail color, rachis color on tail feathers). Sex: male; female. Collection number corresponds to individual identifiers of the samples worked in this study. Sex: male; female. Collection number corresponds to individual identifiers of the samples worked in this study.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Jiménez RA, Ornelas JF (2016) Historical and current introgression in a Mesoamerican hummingbird species complex: a biogeographic perspective. PeerJ 4: e1556. http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1556

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Jiménez RA, Ornelas JF (2016) Data from: Historical and current introgression in a Mesoamerican hummingbird species complex: a biogeographic perspective. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2c088
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