Data from: Reproductive conflicts in polyandrous and polygynous ant Formica sanguinea

 

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Description The enclosed file Data_Fsa has the microsatellite genotypes of Formica sanguinea from the sampled colonies in populations Hanko (H), Kiiminki (K) and Muhos (M). The genotypes are organized by nests and the coordinates are given for each nest (except when not available). The nests are shown as collected in the field, sometimes two nests represent a single colony as shown by the genetic analysis. Each row represents a single individual and includes the following information: an individual code number,the caste and class of the individual (a=adult worker, p=worker pupa, g=gyne or a sexual female offspring, m= male offspring), and the genotypes at the loci FE13, FE19, FE49, FL21, FL29, Fy4, Fy7, Fy12 and Fy15. The allelic code indicates the length of the allele, and missing data is indicated with 0.
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Haapaniemi K, Pamilo P (2011) Reproductive conflicts in polyandrous and polygynous ant Formica sanguinea. Molecular Ecology 21(2): 421-430. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05386.x

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Haapaniemi K, Pamilo P (2011) Data from: Reproductive conflicts in polyandrous and polygynous ant Formica sanguinea. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.644jk41g
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