Data from: Dispersal influences genetic and acoustic spatial structure for both males and females in a tropical songbird

Brendan A. Graham, Daniel D. Heath, Dan J. Mennill & Daniel J. Mennill
1. Animals exhibit diverse dispersal strategies, including sex-biased dispersal, a phenomenon common in vertebrates. Dispersal influences the genetic structure of populations as well as geographic variation in phenotypic traits. Patterns of spatial genetic structure and geographic variation may vary between the sexes whenever males and females exhibit different dispersal behaviours. 2. Here, we examine dispersal, spatial genetic structure, and spatial acoustic structure in Rufous-and-white Wrens, a year-round resident tropical bird. Both sexes sing in this...
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