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Data for Gangloff et al. 2021. Journal of Heredity. Multiple paternity in garter snakes with evolutionarily divergent life-histories

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posted on 30.09.2021, 17:39 by Anne BronikowskiAnne Bronikowski, Eric Gangloff, Megan Manes, Tonia S. Schwartz, Kylie RobertKylie Robert, Natalie Huebschman
Reproductive and genotype information for study subjects in this study of multiple paternity in garter snakes. Animals are wild-captured Thamnophis elegans (western terrestrial garter snakes), from Lassen County, California, USA. Animals were hand-captured, measured and bled. Pregnant females completed gestation in the laboratory, where reproductive success was noted.

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Collaborative Research: Evolution and Ecology of Aging in Natural Populations of Long-Lived Vertebrates

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The integration of cellular stress response, immune function and aging in long- and short-lived ecotypes of garter snake

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