Data from: Nuclear markers reveal a complex introgression pattern among marine turtle species on the Brazilian coast

Sibelle T. Vilaça, Sarah M. Vargas, Paula Lara-Ruiz, Érica Molfetti, Estéfane C. Reis, Gisele Lôbo-Hajdu, Luciano S. Soares & Fabrício R. Santos
A surprisingly high frequency of interspecific sea turtle hybrids have been previously recorded in a nesting site along a short stretch of the Brazilian coast. Mitochondrial DNA data indicated that as much as 43% of the females identified as E. imbricata are hybrids in this area (Bahia State of Brazil). It is a remarkable find, since most of the nesting sites surveyed worldwide, including some in northern Brazil, presents no hybrids, and rare Caribbean sites...
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