Data from: Genetic structure and invasion history of the house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) in Senegal, West Africa: a legacy of colonial and contemporary times

Cédric Lippens, Arnaud Estoup, Maman H. Karmadini, Anne Loiseau, Caroline Tatard, Ambroise Dalecky, Khalilou Bâ, Mamadou Kane, Mamoudou Diallo, Aliou Sow, Youssoupha Niang, Sylvain Piry, Karine Berthier, Raphaël Lebois, Jean-Marc Duplantier & Carine Brouat
Knowledge of the genetic make-up and demographic history of invasive populations is critical to understand invasion mechanisms. Commensal rodents are ideal models to study whether complex invasion histories are typical of introductions involving human activities. The house mouse Mus musculus domesticus is a major invasive synanthropic rodent originating from South-West Asia. It has been largely studied in Europe and on several remote islands, but the genetic structure and invasion history of this taxon have been...
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