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Morphological and echolocation data for bats with corresponding membership in mtDNA clades and microsatellite clusters.

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posted on 26.02.2013, 12:12 by Xiuguang Mao, Guimei He, Junpeng Zhang, Stephen J. Rossiter, Shuyi Zhang

(a) Forearm (mm) and body mass (g) data measured for 396 individuals. Open and filled triangles correspond to female and male bats, respectively. (b) Boxplots of the echolocation call frequency (kHz) recorded from 130 individuals. (c) Map showing the sample sites of R. sinicus in this study. Forty-one sampling localities were classified into eight regions, depicted by dashed lines. These regions were further divided into four groups coded by colours (East: green; Central: purple; Hainan Island (HND): blue; Yunnan (YN): orange). Populations are presented as pie charts in which individuals are coloured based on the membership of mtDNA clades (I, II, III and IV). The relationships between clades are shown on the left side of the map (see details in Figure 2). (d) Populations are presented as pie charts in which individuals are coloured based on the membership of microsatellite clusters (I, II, III, IV and mixed, see Figure 4).

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