Data from: Pleistocene and ecological effects on continental-scale genetic differentiation in the bobcat (Lynx rufus)

Dawn M. Reding, Anne M. Bronikowski, Warren E. Johnson & William R. Clark
The potential for widespread, mobile species to exhibit genetic structure without clear geographic barriers is a topic of growing interest. Yet the patterns and mechanisms of structure – particularly over broad spatial scales – remain largely unexplored for these species. Bobcats occur across North America and possess many characteristics expected to promote gene flow. To test whether historical, topographic, or ecological factors have influenced genetic differentiation in this species, we analyzed 1 KB mtDNA sequence...
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