Data from: From resource to female defence: the impact of roosting ecology on a bat's mating strategy

Günther L, Lopez MD, Knörnschild M, Reid K, Nagy M, Mayer F

Date Published: October 3, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.df878

 

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Title Günther et al. RSOS-160503_Microsatellite_Genotypes
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Description Dataset of 510 individual bats with allele lengths at ten different microsatellite loci. Each row represents an individual bat with its ID, age at capture, sex, colony of capture, date of capture, and both the lengths of both alleles at the ten different microsatellite loci. Details on each loci (Rn01, Rn04, Rn09, Rn10, Rn11, Rn13, Rn16, Rn18, Sb84, Sb85) can be found in the supplementary material of the manuscript RSOS-160503 by Günther et al. 2016 (Royal Society Open Science).
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Günther L, Lopez MD, Knörnschild M, Reid K, Nagy M, Mayer F (2016) From resource to female defence: the impact of roosting ecology on a bat's mating strategy. Royal Society Open Science 3(11): 160503. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160503

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Günther L, Lopez MD, Knörnschild M, Reid K, Nagy M, Mayer F (2016) Data from: From resource to female defence: the impact of roosting ecology on a bat's mating strategy. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.df878
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