Data from: Contrasting effects of landscape features on genetic structure in different geographical regions in the ornate dragon lizard, Ctenophorus ornatus



C. ornatus data:

Individuals: This data file provides all the raw molecular data for each individual. The first column gives the outcrop from which each individual was taken. The second column the individual’s ID, a unique number across all outcrops. The remaining columns give the allele sizes for each individual at each locus (listed in the first row). Each locus has 2 columns, one for each allele. Missing data are left as empty cells. Outcrops: This file provides all the outcrop level information used in the analyses. The first column gives the outcrop name, the second gives the region where the outcrop is located. The third and fourth columns give the geographical location of the outcrop as latitude and longitude. The fifth column gives the number of outcrops within a 2km radius of the sampled outcrop and the sixth the percentage cover of granite within a 2km radius of the sampled outcrop. The seventh column indicates whether the outcrop is found in a cleared (CL) or uncleared (U) landscape and the final column provides the mean annual rainfall for the outcrop.
Date made available29 Apr 2013
Geographical coverageWheatbelt, Western Australia


  • Genetic Structure
  • Genetic Variation
  • Land Clearing
  • Landscape Genetics
  • ornate dragon lizard
  • Ctenophorus ornatus

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