Data from: Ancient DNA reveals differences in behaviour and sociality between brown bears and extinct cave bears

Gonzalez-Fortes G, Grandal-D'Anglade A, Kolbe B, Fernandes D, Meleg IN, Garcia-Vazquez A, Pinto-Llona AC, Constantin S, de Torres TJ, Ortiz JE, Frischauf C, Rabeder G, Hofreiter M, Barlow A

Date Published: August 10, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cj965

 

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Fortes GG, Grandal-d'Anglade A, Kolbe B, Fernandes D, Meleg IN, García-Vázquez A, Pinto-Llona AC, Constantin S, de Torres TJ, Ortiz JE, Frischauf C, Rabeder G, Hofreiter M, Barlow A (2016) Ancient DNA reveals differences in behaviour and sociality between brown bears and extinct cave bears. Molecular Ecology 25(19): 4907-4918. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13800

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Gonzalez-Fortes G, Grandal-D'Anglade A, Kolbe B, Fernandes D, Meleg IN, Garcia-Vazquez A, Pinto-Llona AC, Constantin S, de Torres TJ, Ortiz JE, Frischauf C, Rabeder G, Hofreiter M, Barlow A (2016) Data from: Ancient DNA reveals differences in behaviour and sociality between brown bears and extinct cave bears. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cj965
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