Data from: Morphology and genetics reveal an intriguing pattern of differentiation at a very small geographic scale in a bird species, the forest thrush Turdus lherminieri

Arnoux E, Eraud C, Navarro N, Tougard C, Thomas A, Cavallo F, Vetter N, Faivre B, Garnier S

Date Published: May 13, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.57t4q

 

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Title Genetic and Morphological data from Arnoux etal Heredity 2014
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Description Genetic (10 microsatellite loci) and morphological data (5 variables) collected in the field from 327 forest thrush individuals (3 islands, 17 populations).
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Arnoux E, Eraud C, Navarro N, Tougard C, Thomas A, Cavallo F, Vetter N, Faivre B, Garnier S (2014) Morphology and genetics reveal an intriguing pattern of differentiation at a very small geographic scale in a bird species, the forest thrush Turdus lherminieri. Heredity 113(6): 514-525. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2014.56

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Arnoux E, Eraud C, Navarro N, Tougard C, Thomas A, Cavallo F, Vetter N, Faivre B, Garnier S (2014) Data from: Morphology and genetics reveal an intriguing pattern of differentiation at a very small geographic scale in a bird species, the forest thrush Turdus lherminieri. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.57t4q
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