Data from: Using novel phylogenetic methods to evaluate mammalian mtDNA, including amino acid-invariant sites-LogDet plus site stripping, to detect internal conflicts in the data, with special reference to the positions of hedgehog, armadillo, and elephant

 

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Waddell PJ, Cao Y, Hauf J, Hasegawa M (1999) Using novel phylogenetic methods to evaluate mammalian mtDNA, including amino acid-invariant sites-LogDet plus site stripping, to detect internal conflicts in the data, with special reference to the positions of hedgehog, armadillo, and elephant. Systematic Biology 48(1): 31-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/106351599260427

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Waddell PJ, Cao Y, Hauf J, Hasegawa M (1999) Data from: Using novel phylogenetic methods to evaluate mammalian mtDNA, including amino acid-invariant sites-LogDet plus site stripping, to detect internal conflicts in the data, with special reference to the positions of hedgehog, armadillo, and elephant. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.401
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