Data from: Phenotypic and genetic divergence within a single whitefish form – detecting the potential for future divergence

Hirsch PE, Eckmann R, Oppelt C, Behrmann-Godel J

Date Published: June 21, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m9s46

 

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Title basic data and stable isotope data of gangfisch (Coregonus macrophthalmus) caught at different depths in Lake Constance
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Description Fish (n=30 each) were collected in the field using gill nets set at three different depths, 2, 25 and 50m. C13 and N15 are stable isotope data δC13 and δN15. ID=indivdiual ID; TL = fish total length; SL = fish standard length; sex (f=female, m=male); GR=gill raker counts; age= fish age in years
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Title morphological measurements of Coregounus macrophthalmus from Lake Constance caught at different depths
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Description Individual landmark coordinates calculated using the software TPSDIG
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Title microsatellite data for Coregouns macrophthalmus caught at different depths in Lake Constance
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Description Raw data of 12 microsatellite loci used for genetic analysis of C. macrophthalmus caught at 3 different depths (2,5 and 50m) in Lake Constance. given are locus names and fragment sizes of individual microsatellite alleles in bp created with Genemapper.
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Hirsch PE, Eckmann R, Oppelt C, Behrmann-Godel J (2013) Phenotypic and genetic divergence within a single whitefish form – detecting the potential for future divergence. Evolutionary Applications 6(8): 1119–1132. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12087

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Hirsch PE, Eckmann R, Oppelt C, Behrmann-Godel J (2013) Data from: Phenotypic and genetic divergence within a single whitefish form – detecting the potential for future divergence. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m9s46
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