Data from: Evolutionary history of the Maltese wall lizard Podarcis filfolensis: insights on the ‘Expansion-Contraction’ model of Pleistocene biogeography

 

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Title ALIGNEMENTS nd4, mc1r, pod55, pod15b
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Description Fasta files used for TCS network analyses and diversity estimates for each locus (nd4, mc1r, pod55, pod15b)
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Title input and output files DAMBEdating
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Description Alignement, input tree, and dated tree of dating analysis carried out in DAMBE
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Title Input and output files BEASTdating
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Description Beauty input files of the two runs of BEAST and resulting combined tree
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Salvi D, Schembri PJ, Sciberras A, Harris DJ (2014) Evolutionary history of the Maltese wall lizard Podarcis filfolensis: insights on the ‘Expansion-Contraction’ model of Pleistocene biogeography. Molecular Ecology 23(5): 1167-1187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12668

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Salvi D, Schembri PJ, Sciberras A, Harris DJ (2014) Data from: Evolutionary history of the Maltese wall lizard Podarcis filfolensis: insights on the ‘Expansion-Contraction’ model of Pleistocene biogeography. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6hs29
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