Data from: Using dense locality sampling resolves the subtle genetic population structure of the dispersive fish species Plecoglossus altivelis

Hirohiko Takeshima, Kei'ichiro Iguchi, Yasuyuki Hashiguchi & Mutsumi Nishida
In dispersive species with continuous distributions, genetic differentiation between local populations is often absent or subtle and thus difficult to detect. To incorporate such subtle differentiation into management plans, it may be essential to analyse many samples from many localities using adequate numbers of high-resolution genetic markers. Here, we evaluated the usefulness of dense locality sampling in resolving genetic population structure in the ayu (Plecoglossus altivelis), a dispersive fish important in Japanese inland fisheries. Genetic...
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