Data from: Widespread generalist clones are associated with range and niche expansion in allopolyploids of Pacific Northwest Hawthorns (Crataegus L.)

Coughlan J, Shery Han SH, Stefanović S, Dickinson T

Date Published: August 16, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.75252

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Title Crataegus subg Americanae + Sanguineae_localities and bioclim data
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Description This excel sheet represents the localities from which distributions and ecological climate niches were created for Pacific Northwest members of Crataegus subg. Sanguineae, and subg. Americanae. Alt= altitude, bio1-19 refer to Bioclim variables 1-19, available here: http://www.worldclim.org/bioclim
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Title Crataegus subg. Sanguineae_collection sites + ecological variables
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Description Localities and climate, soil, and habitat variables which were collected from 2010-2013. Dist.to."X" refers to the distance from the site to the nearest agriculture, road, or aboveground water source, %"X" refers to the percent coverage of different substrates, and soil."X" refers to soil characteristics.
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Title Crataegus subg. Sanguineae_microsatellite data_binary form for genodive
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Description Microsatellite data, coded as binary (Present=7, Absent=9) in the format for GenoDive for all species and cytotypes sampled from Crataegus subg. Sanguineae. Column headers for the genetic data are coded with the name of the locus followed by a period followed by the allele size variant.
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