Data from: Range expansion is associated with increased survival and fecundity in a long-lived bat species

Jan P, Lehnen L, Besnard A, Kerth G, Biedermann M, Schorcht W, Petit E, Le Gouar P, Puechmaille S

Date Published: June 12, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.66bp77v

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Title Capture history
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Description Sampled individuals’ capture history. 13-1 = first sampling session in year 2013; 17-2 = second sampling session in year 2017, etc. . ‘1’ denotes detection in the according sampling session; ‘0’ denotes no detection
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Title Multilocus genotypes
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Description Sampled individuals’ genotypes. See Zarzoso-Lacoste et al. 2018 [25] for information on the microsatellite markers used. 0 = missing data
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Title Mother-daughter pairs detected per year
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