Supplemental Information 1: Raw sequences reads of 27 microsatellite loci selected for Curimata mivartii [component]

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The Curimatidae family plays an ecological role in the recycling and distribution of nutrients and constitutes a major food source for several commercially important fishes. Curimata mivartii, a member of this family, is considered a short-distance migratory species ( 100 km), categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a near threatened species, based on its declining population densities and habitat disturbance and fragmentation. Since population genetics and
more » ... netics and species-specific molecular tools remain unknown for all members of the Curimatidae family, this study developed a set of microsatellite loci and studied the population genetics of C. mivartii in the lower section of the Colombian Magdalena-Cauca basin. The results showed high levels of genetic diversity and evidence of gene flow even between locations separated over 350 km. This information provides a baseline for designing conservation and management programs for C. mivartii and constitutes the first study of population genetics in Curimatidae.
doi:10.7717/peerj.5959/supp-1 fatcat:nkjpv77f5zhjdkv5on5g3jznmq