Data from: Gene flow and effective population sizes of the butterfly Maculinea alcon in a highly fragmented, anthropogenic landscape

  • A.H. Vanden Broeck (Creator)
  • Dirk Maes (Creator)
  • Andreas Kelager (Creator)
  • Irma Wynhoff (Creator)
  • Michiel Wallis de Vries (Creator)
  • David R. Nash (Creator)
  • J.G.B. Oostermeijer (Creator)
  • Hans van Dyck (Creator)
  • Joachim Mergeay (Creator)

Dataset

Description

The file Maculinea alcon microsatellite data includes the data from 12 microsatellites for 398 unique genotypes of Maculinea alcon from in total 14 sampling locations located in Belgium and The Netherlands. The data matrix also include the spatial coordinates of each sampled population, given in the two last columns.
Date made available23 Feb 2017
PublisherWageningen University & Research
Geographical coverageBelgium, The netherlands

Research Output

Gene flow and effective population sizes of the butterfly Maculinea alcon in a highly fragmented, anthropogenic landscape

Vanden Broeck, A., Maes, D., Kelager, A., Wynhoff, I., Wallis de Vries, M., Nash, D. R., Oostermeijer, J. G. B., van Dyck, H. & Mergeay, J., 2017, In : Biological Conservation. 209, p. 89-97

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

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    Vanden Broeck, A. H. (Creator), Maes, D. (Creator), Kelager, A. (Creator), Wynhoff, I. (Creator), Wallis de Vries, M. F. (Creator), Nash, D. R. (Creator), Oostermeijer, J. G. B. (Creator), van Dyck, H. (Creator), Mergeay, J. (Creator) (23 Feb 2017). Data from: Gene flow and effective population sizes of the butterfly Maculinea alcon in a highly fragmented, anthropogenic landscape. Wageningen University & Research. 10.5061/dryad.sd640