Data from: European wildcat populations are subdivided into five main biogeographic groups: consequences of Pleistocene climate changes or recent anthropogenic fragmentation?

Mattucci F, Oliveira R, Lyons LA, Alves PC, Randi E

Date Published: December 7, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kb13m

 

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Title European wildcat microsatellites dataset
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Description The File contains the raw microsatellites database in GenAlEx format for 1124 cat samples used in the analyses, characterised by 31 loci. For each samples is provided the sampling location, as reported in Tables, Figures and main taxt of the manuscript.This file can be converted to other formats using GenAlEx.
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Mattucci F, Oliveira R, Lyons LA, Alves PC, Randi E (2015) European wildcat populations are subdivided into five main biogeographic groups: consequences of Pleistocene climate changes or recent anthropogenic fragmentation? Ecology and Evolution 6(1): 3–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1815

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Mattucci F, Oliveira R, Lyons LA, Alves PC, Randi E (2015) Data from: European wildcat populations are subdivided into five main biogeographic groups: consequences of Pleistocene climate changes or recent anthropogenic fragmentation? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kb13m
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