Data from: Intra-specific variability of hindlimb length in the palmate newt: an indicator of population isolation induced by habitat fragmentation?

Trochet A, Le Chevalier H, Baillat B, Barthe L, Pottier G, Calvez O, Ribéron A, Blanchet S

Date Published: April 1, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5b270

 

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Title Morphological traits of palmate newts with environmental variables of each sampling pond
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Description Individual variables: ID: individual number; Sex: F for female and M for male; SVL: snout-to-vent length in cm; HLL: hindlimb length in cm; Environmental variables: x, y: geographical coordinates (Lambert 93); Site: site number; see Table 1 for environmental variables details.
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Trochet A, Le Chevalier H, Baillat B, Barthe L, Pottier G, Calvez O, Ribéron A, Blanchet S (2016) Intra-specific variability of hindlimb length in the palmate newt: an indicator of population isolation induced by habitat fragmentation? Biology Letters 12: 20160066. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2016.0066

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Trochet A, Le Chevalier H, Baillat B, Barthe L, Pottier G, Calvez O, Ribéron A, Blanchet S (2016) Data from: Intra-specific variability of hindlimb length in the palmate newt: an indicator of population isolation induced by habitat fragmentation? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5b270
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