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Appendix A: Description of sampling and genetic methods as well as assessment of potential bias due to different sampling methods. Appendix A also includes sampling maps for all three species and tables describing sampling and genetic information by site and by species, microsatellite loci for red-spotted toads and canyon treefrogs, results from Hardy Weinberg exact tests, microsatellite loci characteristics, STRUCTURE results, and results of assessment of bias across sampling methods.
Ecological Archives E096-122-A1.
Appendix B: Additional description of landscape resistance methods and tables describing landscape resistance values and source data, correlation coefficients between resistance/distance values, mixed-effects modeling results for major genetic clusters of canyon treefrogs and Mexican spadefoots, and results of multiple regression with distance matrices.
Ecological Archives E096-122-A2.