Data for: No sex-biased dispersal in a primate with an uncommon social system—cooperative polyandry

2014-10-20T16:43:53Z (GMT) by Samuel Diaz-Munoz Angela Ribeiro
<p>This figshare package includes data and code for the paper:</p> <p>No sex-biased dispersal in a primate with an uncommon social system—cooperative polyandry Samuel L. Díaz-Muñoz and Ângela M. Ribeiro<br>PeerJ (in press)</p> <p> </p> <p>This paper examines three populations of Geoffroy's tamarin monkeys (Saguinus geoffroyi) with demographic and genetic data to examine whether there is evidence of sex-biased natal dispersal in this species. Data include multilocus microsatellite genotype, sex, population, age class, and geographic locality from museum and field-collected samples (sources described in paper).</p> <p>If you use these data and code, please cite the article above and the figshare doi.</p> <p> </p>