Bullseye snakehead environmental DNA data, and associated attributes, collected from southeast Florida, from 2015-2018

Gaia Meigs-Friend, Pam Schofield, Margaret E Hunter & Mary E. Brown
Bullseye snakehead, Channa marulius, was first detected in 2000 in the southern Florida town of Tamarac and has been expanding its geographic range. Environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis is a newly-developed technique used to non-invasively detect cryptic or low-density species, or those that are logistically difficult to study. Genetic material shed into the environment through tissue and body fluids is concentrated from water samples and analyzed for the presence of target species eDNA. To help delineate...
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