Data from: Population genetics of jaguars (Panthera onca) in the Brazilian Pantanal: molecular evidence for demographic connectivity on a regional scale

Fernanda Pedone Valdez, Taiana Haag, Fernando C. C. Azevedo, Leandro Silveira, Sandra M. C. Cavalcanti, Francisco M. Salzano & Eduardo Eizirik
Habitat loss and fragmentation are important threats to carnivores worldwide, and can be especially intense for large predators. Jaguars have already been extirpated from over half of their original area of distribution, and few regions still maintain large populations. For these, detailed understanding is crucial for setting appropriate recovery targets in impacted areas. The Pantanal is among the best examples of a region with a large jaguar population in a healthy environment. Here, we analyzed...
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