Data from: Conserved ontogeny of color pattern leads to the misdiagnosis of scincid lizards of the Plestiodon skiltonianus species complex

Shedd JD, Richmond JQ

Date Published: August 29, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2873b

 

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Title Sequence alignment for the mitchondrial ND4 gene
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Description Nexus file containing the sequence alignment for the mitochondrial ND4 haplotypes presented in this study. Sequence labels are field tag identifiers for individual, field-collected specimens. Georeference points for each specimen are available upon request to J. Q. Richmond (jrichmond@usgs.gov). Nucleotide positions 1-1341 encode the NADH4 gene; 1342 - 1411 encodes tHIS; 1412-1476 encodes tSER; and 1477-1486 partially encides tLEU. Gene assignments were based on an alignment with the full mitochondrial genome sequence of Plestiodon egregius.
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Shedd JD, Richmond JQ (2013) Conserved ontogeny of color pattern leads to the misdiagnosis of scincid lizards of the Plestiodon skiltonianus species complex. Herpetological Review 44(3): 188-195. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/918558

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Shedd JD, Richmond JQ (2013) Data from: Conserved ontogeny of color pattern leads to the misdiagnosis of scincid lizards of the Plestiodon skiltonianus species complex. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2873b
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