Data from: Dispersal, philopatry and population genetic structure of the mainland dibbler, Parantechinus apicalis

Rujiporn Thavornkanlapachai, W. Jason Kennington, Kym Ottewell, J. Anthony Friend & Harriet R. Mills
Dispersal plays an important role in the population structure and resilience of species. To gain a better understanding of dispersal in the endangered Australian marsupial, the dibbler (Parantechinus apicalis), we screened 199 individuals from seven locations within the Fitzgerald River National Park, Western Australia, for genetic variation at 17 microsatellite loci. There were high levels of genetic variation within all sites (gene diversity ranged from 0.68 to 0.71) as well as significant genetic differentiation between...
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