Full nuclear phylogenomic analysis -- best tree with bipartition frequencies
datasetposted on 28.03.2018 by Ryan A. Folk, Clayton J Visger, Pamela Sue Soltis, Douglas Edward Soltis, Robert Penn Guralnick
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Analysis of all taxa (i.e., in some cases multiple accessions per species), from which a pruned one-tip-per-species tree was used for all downstream ancestral reconstruction analyses. Tip labels for all taxa newly sampled in this analysis, Linnaean binomials were used. For all taxa sampled in previous work, sample codes were used to match voucher references in other works; for these refer to Folk et al., Systematic Biology, 66(3): 320–337; refer also to the associated Dryad deposition, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cd546 (in which see Online Appendix 1).