Data from: Whole genome sequencing reveals absence of recent gene-flow and separate demographic histories for Anopheles punctulatus mosquitoes in Papua New Guinea

Kyle Logue, Scott T. Small, Ernest R. Chan, Lisa Reimer, Peter M. Siba, Peter A. Zimmerman & David Serre
Anopheles mosquitoes are the vectors of several human diseases including malaria. In many malaria endemic areas, several species of Anopheles coexist, sometimes in the form of related sibling species that are morphologically indistinguishable. Determining the size and organization of Anopheles populations, and possible ongoing gene flow among them is important for malaria control and, in particular, for monitoring the spread of insecticide resistance alleles. However, these parameters have been difficult to evaluate in most Anopheles...
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