Data from: A test of the central-marginal hypothesis using population genetics and ecological niche modelling in an endemic salamander (Ambystoma barbouri)

Micheletti SJ, Storfer A

Date Published: January 20, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b59qj

 

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Title Microsatellite genotype data for all individuals
Description This file contains microsatellite genotype data for the 1334 individuals used in the study. The columns contain: 1) the individual's ID, 2) the population ID, and 3) microsatellite loci split into two alleles per locus.
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Title Ecological Niche Model Presence Points
Description These are latitudes / longitudes of all presence points used in the ecological niche model.
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Title MaxENT Environmental Layers
Description This file contains all environmental layers (100m resolution) originally tested in the ecological niche model in .asc format.
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Title Pairwise Fst & Dps tables
Description Pairwise Fst and Dps values for all 3 transects.
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Title NEW gps
Description GPS coordinates for all collection localities
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Micheletti SJ, Storfer A (2015) A test of the central-marginal hypothesis using population genetics and ecological niche modelling in an endemic salamander (Ambystoma barbouri). Molecular Ecology 24(5): 967-979. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13083

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Micheletti SJ, Storfer A (2015) Data from: A test of the central-marginal hypothesis using population genetics and ecological niche modelling in an endemic salamander (Ambystoma barbouri). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b59qj
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