Data for: Remnant vegetation provides genetic connectivity for a critical weight range mammal in a rapidly urbanising landscape
Description of this data
Microsatellite genotypes are provided for 681 quenda samples from 42 populations across the greater Perth metropolitan region in GenAlEx format
Experiment data files
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Cite this dataset
Ottewell, Kym; Pellegrino, Blair; Kinloch, Janine; Byrne, Margaret; Willers, Nicole; Pitt, Georgina; van Dongen, Ricky (2019), “Data for: Remnant vegetation provides genetic connectivity for a critical weight range mammal in a rapidly urbanising landscape”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/jgkkh875hc.1
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