Data from: Genetic connectivity among swarming sites in the wide ranging and recently declining little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus)

Lynne E. Burns, Timothy R. Frasier & Hugh G. Broders
Characterizing movement dynamics and spatial aspects of gene flow within a species permits inference on population structuring. As patterns of structuring are products of historical and current demographics and gene flow, assessment of structure through time can yield an understanding of evolutionary dynamics acting on populations that are necessary to inform management. Recent dramatic population declines in hibernating bats in eastern North America from white-nose syndrome have prompted the need for information on movement dynamics...
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