Data from: Locomotor endurance predicts differences in realized dispersal between sympatric sexual and unisexual salamanders

Robert D. Denton, Katherine R. Greenwald & H. Lisle Gibbs
Dispersal is the central mechanism that determines connectivity between populations yet few studies connect the mechanisms of movement with realized dispersal in natural populations. To make such a link, we assessed how physiological variation among individuals predicted dispersal in natural populations of unisexual (all-female) and sexual Ambystoma salamanders on the same fragmented landscape in Ohio. Specifically, we assessed variation in a trait that influences long-distance animal movement (locomotor endurance) and determined whether variation in endurance...
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