Data from: Habitat connectivity is determined by the scale of habitat loss and dispersal strategy

Allan H. Edelsparre, Ashif Shahid & Mark J. Fitzpatrick
Understanding factors that ameliorate the impact of habitat loss is a major focus of conservation research. One key factor influencing species persistence and evolution is the ability to disperse across increasingly patchy landscapes. Here we ask whether interpatch distance (a proxy for habitat loss) and dispersal strategy can interact to form thresholds where connectivity breaks down. We assayed dispersal across a range of interpatch distances in fruit flies carrying allelic variants of a gene known...
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