Data from: Spatio-temporal changes in the structure of an Australian frog hybrid zone: a 40 year perspective

Smith KL, Hale JM, Gay L, Kearney MR, Austin JJ, Parris KM, Melville J

Date Published: April 12, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p2p3f

 

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Title Acoustic data
Description The two tables presented here contain the acoustic data for all individuals used in the cline analysis. The modern and historic datasets are presented in separate tables. The site number and distance along the transect columns correspond with Table 1 in the paper. Acoustic data is recorded as Notes per Call (NC) and Pulse Number (PN). The resulting PC1 used in cline analyses is also presented. Samples that also had a tissue sample available have Museum Victoria Registration Numbers and their mitochondrial DNA results presented in the final two columns.
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Smith KL, Hale JM, Gay L, Kearney MR, Austin JJ, Parris KM, Melville J (2013) Spatio-temporal changes in the structure of an Australian frog hybrid zone: a 40 year perspective. Evolution 67(12): 3442-3454. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12140

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Smith KL, Hale JM, Gay L, Kearney MR, Austin JJ, Parris KM, Melville J (2013) Data from: Spatio-temporal changes in the structure of an Australian frog hybrid zone: a 40 year perspective. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p2p3f
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