Data from: Fractured genetic connectivity threatens a southern California puma (Puma concolor) population

Ernest HB, Vickers TW, Morrison SA, Buchalski MR, Boyce WM

Date Published: October 28, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dp0qj

 

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Description README file: Ernest et al. California puma (mountain lion) genetics published in PLOS ONE 2014. Title: Fractured genetic connectivity threatens a southern California puma (Puma concolor) population. Authors: Holly B. Ernest, T. Winston Vickers, Scott A. Morrison, Michael R. Buchalski, Walter M. Boyce. Corresponding author: Holly B. Ernest hbernest-at-ucdavis-dot-edu and hernest-at-uwyo-dot-edu. Data file (tab-delim. text): Ernest-etal-Genotypes_PLosOne2014_FracturedConnecPumasCalif_14Aug2014.txt. File contents: Sample ID #; Population identifier; 3-digit nuclear microsatellite genotypic data (diploid, one allele per column, two columns per locus) for 46 loci (42 for the focal populations of this paper). Locus identifier is listed in the first of the two columns for data of each locus. Data in one row per individual sample.
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Ernest HB, Vickers TW, Morrison SA, Buchalski MR, Boyce WM (2014) Fractured genetic connectivity threatens a southern California puma (Puma concolor) population. PLoS ONE 9(10): e107985. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0107985

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Ernest HB, Vickers TW, Morrison SA, Buchalski MR, Boyce WM (2014) Data from: Fractured genetic connectivity threatens a southern California puma (Puma concolor) population. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dp0qj
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