Data from: Range dynamics, rather than convergent selection, explain the mosaic distribution of red-winged blackbird phenotypes

 

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Title Agelaius phoeniceus samples
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Description This file contains data on the individual specimens of Agelaius phoeniceus sampled for this paper. Each row is one individual included in the analyses. See the ReadMe file for additional details.
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Title Agelaius phoeniceus STR fragment sizes
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Description This file contains short tandem repeat (STR or microsatellite) data from specimens of Agelaius phoeniceus, as used in different analyses reported in the paper. Each row is one allele for one locus for one individual. See the ReadMe file for additional details.
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Dufort MJ, Barker FK (2013) Range dynamics, rather than convergent selection, explain the mosaic distribution of red-winged blackbird phenotypes. Ecology and Evolution 3(15): 4910–4924. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.859

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Dufort MJ, Barker FK (2013) Data from: Range dynamics, rather than convergent selection, explain the mosaic distribution of red-winged blackbird phenotypes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2d486
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