Data from: Population genetics reveals high connectivity of giant panda populations across human disturbance features in key nature reserve

Maiju Qiao, Thomas Connor, Xiaogang Shi, Jie Huang, Yan Huang, Hemin Zhang & Jianghong Ran
The giant panda is an example of a species that has faced extensive historical habitat fragmentation and anthropogenic disturbance, and is assumed to be isolated in numerous subpopulations with limited gene flow between them. To investigate the population size, health and connectivity of pandas in a key habitat area, we noninvasively collected a total of 539 fresh wild giant panda fecal samples for DNA extraction within Wolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan, China. Seven validated tetra-microsatellite markers...
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