Data from: Genetic signatures of small effective population sizes and demographic declines in an endangered rattlesnake, Sistrurus catenatus

Michael Sovic, Anthony Fries, Scott A. Martin & H. Lisle Gibbs
Endangered species that exist in small isolated populations are at elevated risk of losing adaptive variation due to genetic drift. Analyses that estimate short-term effective population sizes, characterize historical demographic processes, and project the trajectory of genetic variation into the future are useful for predicting how levels of genetic diversity may change. Here, we use data from two independent types of genetic markers (single nucleotide polymorphisms [SNPs] and microsatellites) to evaluate genetic diversity in 17...
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