Data from: Significant genetic boundaries and spatial dynamics of giant pandas occupying fragmented habitat across southwest China

Lifeng Zhu, Shanning Zhang, Xiaodong Gu & Fuwen Wei
Understanding population history and genetic structure are key drivers of ecological research. Here we studied two highly fragmented and isolated populations (Xiaoxiangling and Daxiangling) of giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) at the extreme southwestern edge of their distribution. This area also contains the Dadu River, national road 108 and various human infrastructure and development, providing an ideal region in which we can identify the effects of different barriers on animal movements. We used partial mitochondrial control...
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