Data from: Conservation genetics of the pond bat (Myotis dasycneme) with special focus on the populations in northwestern Germany and Jutland, Denmark

Liselotte Wesley Andersen, Ronja Dirksen, Elena A. Nikulina, Hans J. Baagøe, Gunars Petersons, Péter Estók, Oleg L. Orlov, Maria V. Orlova, Florian Gloza-Rausch, Matthias Göttsche, Esben Fjederholt, Frauke Krüger & Morten Elmeros
Conservation genetics is important in the management of endangered species, helping to understand their connectivity and long-term viability, thus identifying populations of importance for conservation. The pond bat (Myotis dasycneme) is a rare species classified as ‘Near threatened’ with a wide but patchy Palearctic distribution. A total of 277 samples representing populations in Denmark, Germany, Latvia, Hungary and Russia were used in the genetic analyses; 224 samples representing Denmark, Germany and Russia were analysed at...
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