Data from: Population structure and migration pattern of a conifer pathogen, Grosmannia clavigera, as influenced by its symbiont the mountain pine beetle

Clement Kin Ming Tsui, Amanda D. Roe, Yousry A. El-Kassaby, Adrianne V. Rice, Sepideh Massoumi Alamouti, Felix A. H. Sperling, Janice E. K. Cooke, Jörg Bohlmann & Richard C. Hamelin
We investigated the population structure of Grosmannia clavigera (Gc), a fungal symbiont of the mountain pine beetle (MPB) that plays a crucial role in the establishment and reproductive success of this pathogen. This insect–fungal complex has destroyed over 16 million ha of lodgepole pine forests in Canada, the largest MPB epidemic in recorded history. During this current epidemic, MPB has expanded its range beyond historically recorded boundaries, both northward and eastward, and has now reached...
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