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1. Data from: A conservation hatchery population of Delta Smelt shows evidence of genetic adaptation to captivity after 9 generations

2019. Finger, Amanda, Mahardja, Brian, Fisch, Kathleen M., Benjamin, Alyssa, Lindberg, Joan, Ellison, Luke, Ghebremariam, Tewdros, Hung, Tien-Chieh, May, Bernie, Finger, Amanda J, and Fisch, Kathleen M. Genetic adaptation to captivity is a concern for threatened and endangered species held in conservation hatcheries. Here, we present evidence of ge... Journal of Heredity. University of California System and University of California, Davis.

2. Data from: A cost-efficient and simple protocol to enrich prey DNA from extractions of predatory arthropods for large-scale gut content analysis by Illumina sequencing

2019. Krehenwinkel, Henrik, Kennedy, Susan, Pekár, Stano, and Gillespie, Rosemary G. Molecular analysis of predator gut content is a popular tool to uncover food web structure and has greatly profited from the emergence of next-gene... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of California, Berkeley and Masaryk University.

3. Data from: A genomic evaluation of taxonomic trends through time in coast horned lizards (genus Phrynosoma)

2019. Leache, Adam D., McElroy, Matt T., Trinh, Anna, and McElroy, Matthew T. Determining the boundaries between species and deciding when to describe new species are challenging practices that are particularly difficult in g... Molecular Ecology. University of Washington.

4. Data from: A mid-Oligocene (Whitneyan) rhinocerotid from northeastern California

2019. Bright, Jen A., Tiffney, Bruce H., and Wyss, André R. Rhinoceroses were important in North American mammal faunas from the late middle Eocene to the Miocene, but the group’s poor sampling outside the H... Journal of Paleontology.

5. Data from: A new species of Illacme Cook & Loomis, 1928 from Sequoia National Park, California, with a world catalog of the Siphonorhinidae (Diplopoda, Siphonophorida)

2019. Marek, Paul E., Krejca, Jean K., and Shear, William A. Members of the family Siphonorhinidae Cook, 1895 are thread-like eyeless millipedes that possess an astounding number of legs, including one indivi... ZooKeys. Virginia Tech, The University of Texas at Austin, and Hampden-Sydney College.

6. Data from: A novel approach for predicting the probability of ignition of palaeofires using fossil leaf assemblages

2019. Boulton, Chris A. and Belcher, Claire M. Many metrics are used to predict and manage wildfires today, however it is difficult to directly apply these to past wildfires histories. Developin... Palaeontology.

7. Data from: A novel molecular toolkit for rapid detection of the pathogen and primary vector of thousand cankers disease

2019. Oren, Emel, Klingeman, William, Gazis, Romina, Moulton, John, Lambdin, Paris, Coggeshall, Mark, Hulcr, Jiri, Seybold, Steven J., and Hadziabdic, Denita. Thousand Cankers Disease (TCD) of Juglans and Pterocarya (Juglandaceae) involves a fungal pathogen, Geosmithia morbida, and a primary insect vector... PLOS ONE. University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States Department of Agriculture, and University of Florida.

8. Data from: A preliminary range-wide distribution model for the Sacramento Valley red fox

2019. Sacks, Benjamin N., Statham, Mark J., and Wittmer, Heiko U. The Sacramento Valley red fox Vulpes vulpes patwin of California is a newly named subspecies recently found to be distinct both from other native r... Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. University of California, Davis and Victoria University of Wellington.

9. Data from: A redescription of the leggiest animal, the millipede Illacme plenipes, with notes on its natural history and biogeography (Diplopoda, Siphonophorida, Siphonorhinidae)

2019. Marek, Paul E., Shear, William A., Bond, Jason E., Marek, Paul, Bond, Jason, and Shear, William. With up to 750 legs, the millipede Illacme plenipes Cook and Loomis, 1928 is the leggiest animal known on Earth. It is endemic to the northwestern ... ZooKeys. University of Arizona, Auburn University, and Hampden-Sydney College.

10. Data from: A review of the lichen genus Phlyctis in North America (Phlyctidaceae) including the description of a new widespread saxicolous species from eastern North America

2019. Muscavitch, Zachary M., Lendemer, James C., and Harris, Richard C. A review of the crustose lichen genus Phlyctis in North America is presented derived from large-scale studies of chemical, morphological, and molec... The Bryologist. University of Zurich.