Data from: A combined field survey and molecular identification protocol for comparing forest arthropod biodiversity across spatial scales

Emerson BC, Casquet J, López H, Cardoso P, Borges PAV, Mollaret N, Oromí P, Strasberg D, Thébaud C

Date Published: October 20, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8g5d2

 

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Title GL alignments
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Description This zip file contains DNA sequence alignments for each of the 57 genetic lineages described in the paper. Sequences headers begin with the genetic lineage name (e.g. GL01a), then the sampling plot (e.g. 02) and finish with the sample number (e.g. ADN543. Sequence header information beginning with MF (e.g. MF31) should be ignored.
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Emerson BC, Casquet J, López H, Cardoso P, Borges PAV, Mollaret N, Oromí P, Strasberg D, Thébaud C (2017) A combined field survey and molecular identification protocol for comparing forest arthropod biodiversity across spatial scales. Molecular Ecology 17(4): 694-707. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12617

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Emerson BC, Casquet J, López H, Cardoso P, Borges PAV, Mollaret N, Oromí P, Strasberg D, Thébaud C (2016) Data from: A combined field survey and molecular identification protocol for comparing forest arthropod biodiversity across spatial scales. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8g5d2
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