Data from: Describing a developing hybrid zone between red wolves and coyotes in eastern North Carolina, USA

Bohling JH, Dellinger J, McVey JN, Cobb DT, Moorman CE, Waits LP

Date Published: April 29, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g8j01

 

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Title Unique_individual_genotypes
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Description A tab-delimited text file containing microsatellite genotypes for unique individual canids detected via non-invasive genetic sampling. The first line contains a header that includes locus names. The first column contains the identification number for each individual. The following columns contain alleles. Each locus is represented in two columns. Missing data are coded as zero.
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Title Individual_scat_locations
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Description Tab-delimited text file containing individual canids detected via non-invasive genetic sampling and their geographic coordinates. The first column contains the identification code for each individual. The second column contains the identification code for the individual fecal (scat) sample from which those individuals were genotyped. The third column contains the year the sample was collected. The remaining columns contain information for the geographic coordinates, which are in UTM. Note that for UTM coordinates are for the northern hemisphere.
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Title Red_wolf_coyote_original_genotypes
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Description GenePop file containing original genotypes used to simulate hybridization scenarios. The first population contains genotypes for coyotes captured in North Carolina and Virginia. The second population contains genotypes for the red wolves used to found the captive red wolf population.
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Bohling JH, Dellinger J, McVey JM, Cobb DT, Moorman CE, Waits LP (2016) Describing a developing hybrid zone between red wolves and coyotes in eastern North Carolina, USA. Evolutionary Applications 9(6): 791-804. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12388

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Bohling JH, Dellinger J, McVey JN, Cobb DT, Moorman CE, Waits LP (2016) Data from: Describing a developing hybrid zone between red wolves and coyotes in eastern North Carolina, USA. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g8j01
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