Data from: Populations at risk: conservation genetics of kangaroo mice (Microdipodops) of the Great Basin Desert

John J. Andersen, David S. Portnoy, John C. Hafner & Jessica E. Light
The Great Basin Desert of western North America has experienced frequent habitat alterations due to a complex biogeographic history and recent anthropogenic impacts, with the more recent alterations likely resulting in the decline of native fauna and flora. Dark (Microdipodops megacephalus) and pallid (M. pallidus) kangaroo mice are ecological specialists found within the Great Basin Desert and are potentially ideal organisms for assessing ecosystem health and inferring the biogeographic history of this vulnerable region. Herein,...
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