Data from: Phylogeography of the prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) in north-western North America reveals parallel phenotypic evolution across multiple coastal–inland colonizations

Dennenmoser S, Nolte AW, Vamosi SM, Rogers SM

Date Published: May 6, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8ht04

 

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Title Cottus asper, Genepop file for 19 microsatellite loci
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Description Genepop datafile for 19 microsatellite loci genotyped for Cottus asper. Sampling locations include Alaska (Auke Creek), British Columbia/Canada (Falls Creek, Little Campbell River, Meziadin Lake, McLeod Lake, Okanagan Lake, Peace River, Bella Coola River, Harrison Lake, Lakelse Lake, Martins Lake and outlet, Mosquito Lake, Nimpo Lake, Tlell River), and Alberta/Canada (Peace River).
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Title Landmark raw data for Cottus asper geometric morphometrics
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Description TPS landmark raw data file, including coordinates for 23 landmarks for 733 individuals. Image identifiers read as follows: CL = Cowichan Lake; HL = Harrison Lake; MEL = Meziadin Lake; ML = McLeod Lake; MOL = Mosquito Lake; OL = Okanagan Lake; streamBCRD = Bella Coola River; streamFC = Falls Creek; streamLCRD = Little Campbell River; streamPER = Peace River; streamWCD = Williams Creek; PAR = Parsnip River; PL = Paq Lake ; POIL = Poirier Lake; PROL = Prospect Lake; RL = Ruby Lake; SL = Skidegate Lake; TR = Tlell River; GL Graham Lake= ; KR = Keogh River; LAL = Lakelse Lake; LCRU = Little Campbell River Upstream; MAL = Martins Lake; MALI = Martins Lake Inlet; MALO = Martins Lake Outlet; MCL = McCreight Lake; NAR = Nass River; NIL = Nimpo Lake; NKL = Nimpkish Lake; NL = North Lake;
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Dennenmoser S, Nolte AW, Vamosi SM, Rogers SM (2015) Phylogeography of the prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) in north-western North America reveals parallel phenotypic evolution across multiple coastal–inland colonizations. Journal of Biogeography 42(9): 1626–1638. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jbi.12527

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Dennenmoser S, Nolte AW, Vamosi SM, Rogers SM (2015) Data from: Phylogeography of the prickly sculpin (Cottus asper) in north-western North America reveals parallel phenotypic evolution across multiple coastal–inland colonizations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8ht04
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