Data from: Prelude to a panzootic: gene flow and immunogenetic variation in northern little brown myotis vulnerable to bat white-nose syndrome

Christina M. Davy, Michael E. Donaldson, Yessica Rico, Cori L. Lausen, Kathleen Dogantzis, Kyle Ritchie, Craig K. R. Willis, Douglas W. Burles, Thomas S. Jung, Scott McBurney, Allysia Park, Donald J. McAlpine, Karen F. Vanderwolf, Christopher J. Kyle & Craig K.R. Willis
The fungus that causes bat white-nose syndrome (WNS) recently leaped from eastern North America to the Pacific Coast. The pathogen’s spread is associated with the genetic population structure of a host (Myotis lucifugus). To understand the fine-scale neutral and immunogenetic variation among northern populations of M. lucifugus, we sampled 1142 individuals across the species’ northern range. We used genotypes at 11 microsatellite loci to reveal the genetic structure of, and directional gene flow among, populations...
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