Data from: Scale-dependent genetic structure of the Idaho giant salamander (Dicamptodon aterrimus) in stream networks

Lindy Mullen, H. Woods, Michael Schwartz, Adam Sepulveda & Winsor Lowe
The network architecture of streams and rivers constrains evolutionary, demographic, and ecological processes of freshwater organisms. This consistent architecture also makes stream networks useful for testing general models of population genetic structure and the scaling of gene flow. We examined genetic structure and gene flow in the facultatively paedomorphic Idaho giant salamander, Dicamptodon aterrimus, in stream networks of Idaho and Montana, USA. We used microsatellite data to test population structure models by (1) examining hierarchical...
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