Data from: A radical shift in the taxonomy of Lepraria s.l.: molecular and morphological studies shed new light on the evolution of asexuality and lichen growth form diversification

Lendemer JC, Hodkinson BP

Date Published: June 4, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5j8b1

 

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Title Lepraria_sl_datasets
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Description This zipped folder contains the datasets used for this study. These include 1) mtSSU alignment in NEXUS format and constraint tree in NEWICK format for the mapping of Lepraria s.l. sequences 2) full and reduced alignments for mtSSU analyses (MP[NEXUS format], ML[PHYLLIP format], BI[NEXUS format] of Lepraria s. str., 3) alignments for mtSSU analyses of the Halecania clade (MP[NEXUS format], ML[PHYLLIP format], BI[NEXUS format], 4) alignments for ITS analyses of the Halecania clade (MP+PICSORD[NEXUS format], ML+PICSORD[PHYLLIP format], BI+PICSORD[NEXUS format), 5) alignments for mtSSU analyses of the placement of Nelsenium (MP[NEXUS format], ML[PHYLLIP format], BI[NEXUS format]), and 6) alignments for mtSSU analyses of the placement of usnic acid Lepraria taxa recovered in the Lecanoraceae (MP[NEXUS format], ML[PHYLLIP format], BI[NEXUS format]
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Lendemer JC, Hodkinson BP (2013) A radical shift in the taxonomy of Lepraria s.l.: molecular and morphological studies shed new light on the evolution of asexuality and lichen growth form diversification. Mycologia 105(4): 994-1018. http://dx.doi.org/10.3852/12-338

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Lendemer JC, Hodkinson BP (2013) Data from: A radical shift in the taxonomy of Lepraria s.l.: molecular and morphological studies shed new light on the evolution of asexuality and lichen growth form diversification. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5j8b1
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