Data from: Discovery of 20,000 RAD–SNPs and development of a 52-SNP array for monitoring river otters

Jeff B. Stetz, Seth Smith, Michael A. Sawaya, Alan B. Ramsey, Stephen J. Amish, Michael K. Schwartz & Gordon Luikart
Many North American river otter (Lontra canadensis) populations are threatened or recovering but are difficult to study because they occur at low densities, it is difficult to visually identify individuals, and they inhabit aquatic environments that accelerate degradation of biological samples. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) can improve our ability to monitor demographic and genetic parameters of difficult to study species. We used restriction site associated DNA (RAD) sequencing to discover 20,772 SNPs present in Montana,...
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