Data from: Multiple paternity in the Norway rat, Rattus norvegicus, from urban slums in Salvador, Brazil

Federico Costa, Jonathan L. Richardson, Kirstin Dion, Carol Mariani, Arsinoe C. Pertile, Mary K. Burak, James E. Childs, Albert I. Ko & Adalgisa Caccone
The Norway rat, Rattus norvegicus, is one of the most important pest species globally and the main reservoir of leptospires causing human leptospirosis in the urban slums of tropical regions. Rodent control is a frequent strategy in those settings to prevent the disease but rapid growth from residual populations and immigration limit the long-term effectiveness of interventions. To characterize the breeding ecology of R. norvegicus and provide needed information for the level of genetic mixing,...
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