Data from: Long-term stasis and short-term divergence in the phenotypes of microsnails on oceanic islands

 

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Title DNA seq alignments for BEAST
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Description DNA sequence alignments for divergence time analysis; COI, 16S and 28S. Including the sequences of Cavernacmella spp. and outgroup species.
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Title DNA seq alignments for phylogenetic tree
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Description DNA sequence alignments for phylogenetic trees; COI, 16S, 28S and ITS. Including the sequences of Cavernacmella spp.
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Title Morphological measurements of Cavernacmella spp. in Ogasawara.
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Description Raw data of morphological measurements of Cavernacmella spp. in Ogasawara. Site nos. and abbreviation for each measurements refer to manuscript.
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Wada S, Kameda Y, Chiba S (2013) Long-term stasis and short-term divergence in the phenotypes of microsnails on oceanic islands. Molecular Ecology 22(18): 4801-4810. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12427

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Wada S, Kameda Y, Chiba S (2013) Data from: Long-term stasis and short-term divergence in the phenotypes of microsnails on oceanic islands. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.36c10
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