Data from: Genetic differences among Cedrela odorata sites in Bolivia provide limited potential for fine-scale timber tracing

Kathelyn Paredes-Villanueva, G. Arjen De Groot, Ivo Laros, Jan Bovenschen, Frans Bongers & Pieter A. Zuidema
Illegal trade of tropical timber leads to biodiversity and economic losses worldwide. There is a need for forensic tools that allow tracing the origin of timber and verifying compliance with international and national regulations. We evaluated the potential for genetic tracing of Cedrela odorata, one of the most traded neotropical timbers, within Bolivia. Using a set of seven microsatellites (SSRs), we studied the spatial distribution and genetic diversity and tested whether populations show sufficient genetic...
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