Data from: Spatial and temporal drivers of phenotypic diversity in polymorphic snakes

Cox CL, Davis Rabosky AR

Date Published: March 22, 2013



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Title AFLP and phenotypic trait allele table
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Description Allele table for 106 AFLP loci and two phenotypic traits (bands and stripes) for 224 ground snakes from central North America. Column headings are locus/trait names and rows labels are individual specimens. Datfile created and saved as .csv file in Microsoft Excel.
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Title Age-class, color pattern, and geographic location
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Description Specimen information (Specimen number,Year Collected,Country,State,County,Morph,Age Class) for 2380 ground snakes (Sonora semiannulata) from across central and western North America. In the Specimen number column, the letters that begin each specimen number indicate the natural history collection that the snake is from : Arizona State University (ASU), California Academy of Sciences (CAS), Museum of Southwestern Biology at the University of New Mexico (MSB), Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at the University of California (MVZ), New Mexico State University (NMSU), Sam Noble Museum at the University of Oklahoma (OMNH), San Diego Natural History Museum (SDNHM), University of Arizona (UAZ), University of Kansas (KU), , University of Texas – Arlington (UTA), the University of Texas - El Paso (UTEP), and the North American Field Herping Association (NAFHA). All other acronyms represent individual collector numbers for specimens that are not housed in natural history collections. In the Morph column, B=black-banded, M= red-striped and black-banded or mimetic, S=striped and U=uniform. In the Age-class column, J=juvenile and A=adult.
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Cox CL, Davis Rabosky AR (2013) Spatial and temporal drivers of phenotypic diversity in polymorphic snakes. The American Naturalist 182(2): E40-E57.

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