Data from: Use of alpha, beta, and gamma diversity measures to characterize seed dispersal by animals

 

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Title Scofield-et-al_AmNat_52938_Quercus-agrifolia_adult-genotypes
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Description Genotypes of adult Quercus agrifolia trees found in the study area of Sedgwick Reserve, Santa Barbara County, California. Data are in GenAlEx format, and represent diploid microsatellite genotypes at 10 loci. Loci are named following Scofield et al. 2010 J. Ecology.
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Title Scofield-et-al_AmNat_52938_Quercus-agrifolia_pericarp-genotypes
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Description Genotypes of Quercus agrifolia collected from Acorn Woodpecker granaries at Sedgwick Reserve, Santa Barbara County, California, in 2006. Data are in GenAlEx format and represent diploid microsatellite genotypes. Genotypes are grouped by granary as indicated by the second column. Locus names follow Scofield et al. 2010 J. Ecology.
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Title Oenocarpus bataua microsat data
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Description Microsatellite fragment lengths at 7 loci for the tropical palm species Oenocarpus bataua. Dataset includes seed (pericarp) tissue from seedlings collected in NW Ecuador
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Scofield DG, Smouse PE, Karubian J, Sork VL (2012) Use of alpha, beta, and gamma diversity measures to characterize seed dispersal by animals. The American Naturalist 180(6): 719-732. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/668202

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Scofield DG, Smouse PE, Karubian J, Sork VL (2012) Data from: Use of alpha, beta, and gamma diversity measures to characterize seed dispersal by animals. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.40kq7.2
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