Data from: The genetic structure of Nautilus pompilius populations surrounding Australia and the Philippines

Williams RC, Jackson BC, Duvaux L, Dawson DA, Burke T, Sinclair W

Date Published: May 28, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j251f

 

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Title Williams et al 2015_Genotypes
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Description Microsatellite genotypes presented in Cervus input format for all 14 markers used in the study. “Pop” corresponds to the populations as referred to in the manuscript
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Title Williams et al 2015_MantelTest
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Description Input data used to perform a Mantel’s test for isolation by distance in SPAGeDi. Shark Reef was combined with Osprey Reef for this analysis. Sampling location data is approximate.
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Williams RC, Jackson BC, Duvaux L, Dawson DA, Burke T, Sinclair W (2015) The genetic structure of Nautilus pompilius populations surrounding Australia and the Philippines. Molecular Ecology 24(13): 3316-3328. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13255

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Williams RC, Jackson BC, Duvaux L, Dawson DA, Burke T, Sinclair W (2015) Data from: The genetic structure of Nautilus pompilius populations surrounding Australia and the Philippines. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j251f
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