Data from: ‘Becoming a species by becoming a pest’ or how two maize pests of the genus Ostrinia possibly evolved through parallel ecological speciation events

 

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Title Comparison COI Ostrinia nubilalis - furnacalis
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Description Comparison of the sequence of the COI of O. nubilalis and O. scapulalis showing the ClaI and VspI restriction used to differentiate these two species
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Title Complete Dataset China
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Description This file include the microsatellite and well as the mt genotypes of all chinese individuals
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Title Microsatellite dataset used in Frolov et al. 2012
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Bourguet D, Ponsard S, Streiff R, Meusnier S, Audiot P, Li J, Wang Z (2014) ‘Becoming a species by becoming a pest’ or how two maize pests of the genus Ostrinia possibly evolved through parallel ecological speciation events. Molecular Ecology 23(2): 325–342. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12608

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Bourguet D, Ponsard S, Streiff R, Meusnier S, Audiot P, Li J, Wang Z (2014) Data from: ‘Becoming a species by becoming a pest’ or how two maize pests of the genus Ostrinia possibly evolved through parallel ecological speciation events. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k5c8v
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