Data from: Genetic parentage analysis confirms a polygynandrous breeding system in the European grayling (Thymallus thymallus)

Peter Jørgen Haddeland, Claudia Junge, Dimitar Serbezov & Leif Asbjørn Vøllestad
Knowing the breeding system of a species is important in order to understand individual variation in reproductive success. Large variation in reproductive success and thus reproductive skew strongly impacts on the effective number of breeders and thus the long-term effective population size (Ne). Fishes, in particular species belonging to the salmonid family, exhibit a wide diversity of breeding systems. In general, however, breeding systems are rarely studied in detail in the wild. Here we examine...
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