Data from: Population structure of a widespread bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) in an island system

Speer KA, Petronio BJ, Simmons NB, Richey R, Magrini K, Soto-Centeno JA, Reed DL

Date Published: August 18, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9n0p1

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Title Skull and Forearm Measurements of Florida and Bahamas Tadarida brasiliensis
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Description This is a file of the raw data and averages for each skull measurement and the forearm measurement used in this paper. The Individual IDs are the Florida Museum of Natural History catalogue numbers. The measurements are a subset of those used in Freeman (1981) and are labelled based on the number labels provided in Freeman (1981).
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Title Microsatellite Allele Calls
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Description The allele calls are provided in the input format for Migrate-n. The first line indicates the number of populations (2) and the number of loci used (9). The second line provides the repeat length for each locus. The third lines begins the information for population 1, which is the Little Bahama Bank & Florida individuals (56 individuals sampled). The first 10 spaces of each line following the 3rd line (until the 2nd population is reached) is the locality from which the individuals was collected, the Florida Museum of Natural History catalogue number, and the sex. The spaces immediately following the first 10 spaces begin the allele call information. The allele calls for a single individual at a single locus are separated by a period. Missing data is indicated by a question mark.
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Speer KA, Petronio BJ, Simmons NB, Richey R, Magrini K, Soto-Centeno JA, Reed DL (2017) Population structure of a widespread bat (Tadarida brasiliensis ) in an island system. Ecology and Evolution 7(19): 7585-7598. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3233

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Speer KA, Petronio BJ, Simmons NB, Richey R, Magrini K, Soto-Centeno JA, Reed DL (2017) Data from: Population structure of a widespread bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) in an island system. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9n0p1
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