Data from: Rapid diversification and time explain amphibian species richness at different scales in the Tropical Andes, Earth's most biodiverse hotspot

Hutter C, Lambert S, Wiens JJ

Date Published: June 13, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1555n

 

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Description A zipped folder of the BEAST XML files used in this study. XMLs contain the alignments and all chosen settings and parameters.
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Title Time-calibrated phylogenetic tree files
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Description Time calibrated phylogenetic tree files generated from the BEAST XMLS used in this study. The file includes all family-level trees, the backbone genus tree, and the final combined Hyloidea tree. Additionally, the alternative backbone and combined Hyloidea trees are included.
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Title Table S1: GenBank Accession Numbers
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Description GenBank Accession numbers used for the phylogenetic analyses from this study.
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Title Table S2: Contaminated/incorrect GenBank sequences
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Description Sequences for which the species name on GenBank is different from the actual species name
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Title Table S3: Raw distributional and rate data
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Description Distributional dataset and raw rates for South American hyloids, including distributional data for all South American species (including those not in the tree)
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Title Supplemental Appendix
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Description Supplemental appendix that describes the methods and results for testing the main text hypotheses using an alternative topology. Generally the results were found to be consistent with those in the main text of the manuscript.
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