Data from: Combined analyses of kinship and FST suggest potential drivers of chaotic genetic patchiness in high gene flow populations

 

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Title Panulirus interruptus COI Sequence Alignment
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Description This is an alignment of all of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) mitochondrial DNA sequence data used in this study. There are a total of 931 sequences, each of which are 494 base pairs in length. The protein translation starts at base pair #1.
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Title Panulirus interruptus Sample Site GPS Points
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Description This is an Excel file containing Latitude and Longitude in decimal degrees for each of the sample collection sites in this study. The first column lists the sites from North to South, the second column lists the site abbreviations, the third column lists the latitude in decimal degrees North, and the fourth column lists the longitude in decimal degrees West (negative).
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Title Panulirus interruptus Microsatellite Genotypes
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Description This file lists the microsatellite genotypes for each individual scored for the study. Column A is the sample name, consisting of a site abbreviation, and the numbered individual for that site. Column B is the site where the specimen was collected. Columns C-I are the alleles for each of the seven microsatellite markers for that individual. The alleles are presented as the size of the alle, not the number of base pair repeats. The two alleles for each marker are listed in two rows for each individual.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Iacchei M, Ben-Horin T, Selkoe KA, Bird CE, Garcia-Rodriguez FJ, Toonen RJ (2013) Combined analyses of kinship and FST suggest potential drivers of chaotic genetic patchiness in high gene flow populations. Molecular Ecology 22(13): 3476–3494. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12341

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Iacchei M, Ben-Horin T, Selkoe KA, Bird CE, Garcia-Rodriguez FJ, Toonen RJ (2013) Data from: Combined analyses of kinship and FST suggest potential drivers of chaotic genetic patchiness in high gene flow populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j6332
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