Phyllostomidae Rojas et al. (2016) phylogeny
datasetposted on 18.11.2019 by Camilo López-Aguirre, Suzanne J. Hand, Shawn W. Laffan, Michael Archer
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Trimmed Rojas et al. (2016) phylogeny to match Phyllostomidae distribution data. This phylogeny was used to assess differences in our bioregionalisation results between Fritz et al. (2009)'s phylogeny and Rojas et al. (2016)'s phylogeny