Data from: Human-aided and natural dispersal drive gene flow across the range of an invasive mosquito

Medley KA, Jenkins DG, Hoffman EA

Date Published: September 17, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4f0d1

 

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Title Genotype data for Medley et al. 2014
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Description genotypes.txt includes individual genotypes for each of 9 loci and 26 locations. In final analyses, one locus (Ap2) was removed due to null alleles, and four sites were removed because of non-independence to result in 22 sites.
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Title Medley_etalMOLECOLdataMRDM
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Description Site-level data, including genetic and landscape distances for Medley et al. 2014.
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Title ScriptForDryadAUG2014
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Description Script for running MRDM analyses for Medley et al. 2014.
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Medley KA, Jenkins DG, Hoffman EA (2015) Human-aided and natural dispersal drive gene flow across the range of an invasive mosquito. Molecular Ecology 24(2): 284-295. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12925

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Medley KA, Jenkins DG, Hoffman EA (2014) Data from: Human-aided and natural dispersal drive gene flow across the range of an invasive mosquito. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4f0d1
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