Data from: Identification of source-sink dynamics in mountain lions of the Great Basin

Alyson M. Andreasen, Kelley M. Stewart, William S. Longland, Jon P. Beckmann & Matthew L. Forister
Natural and anthropogenic boundaries have been shown to affect population dynamics and population structure for many species with movement patterns at the landscape level. Understanding population boundaries and movement rates in the field for species that are cryptic and occur at low densities is often extremely difficult and logistically prohibitive; however genetic techniques may offer insights that have previously been unattainable. We analyzed thirteen microsatellite loci for 739 mountain lions (Puma concolor) using muscle tissue...
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