Data from: Phylogenetic uncertainty and taxonomic re-revisions: an example from the Australian short-necked turtles (Testudines: Chelidae)

Spinks PQ, Georges A, Shaffer HB

Date Published: August 19, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6q6sq

 

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Title shortnecks_nuDNA
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Description Nexus file of the concatenated nuclear loci
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Title Shortneck_COI
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Description Nexus file of the COI mitochondrial DNA data.
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Title FigureS4
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Description Majority rule consensus of the posterior distribution of trees from Bayesian analysis of the AHR (panel A), AIING (B), BDNF (C), and BMP2 (D) loci generated under the HKY+I, K80+G, K80+I, and K80+I model of nucleotide sequence evolution, respectively. Bayesian posterior probabilities (BPP) as indicated. Myuchelys including M. purvisi was monophyletic with strong support (BPP = 1.0) at the AHR locus only. The outgroups were removed for clarity of presentation.
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Title FigureS5
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Description Majority rule consensus of the posterior distribution of trees from Bayesian analysis of the HMGB2 (panel A), HNFL (B), P26s4 (C) and PAX (D) loci generated under the HKY+I, HKY+I, HKY and HKY+G model of nucleotide sequence evolution, respectively. Bayesian posterior probabilities (BPP) as indicated. Myuchelys including M. purvisi was monophyletic with strong support (BPP = 1.0) at all four loci. The outgroups were removed for clarity of presentation.
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Title FigureS6
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Description Majority rule consensus of the posterior distribution of trees from Bayesian analysis of the R35 (panel A), RAG (B), TB01 (C) and TB73 (D) loci generated under the HKY, K80+I, K80+G, and HKY+G models of nucleotide sequence evolution, respectively. Bayesian posterior probabilities (BPP) as indicated. Myuchelys including M. purvisi was monophyletic with strong support (BPP = 1.0) at all four loci. The outgroups were removed for clarity of presentation.
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Description Majority rule consensus of the posterior distribution of trees from Bayesian analysis of the ZFHX1B locus generated under the HKY+I model of nucleotide sequence evolution. Bayesian posterior probabilities (BPP) as indicated. Myuchelys including M. purvisi was monophyletic with strong support (BPP ≥0.95). The outgroups were removed for clarity of presentation.
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Title Appendix S1
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Description List of taxa, GenBank numbers and modified primer sequences used in this analysis
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Spinks PQ, Georges A, Shaffer HB (2015) Phylogenetic uncertainty and taxonomic re-revisions: an example from the Australian short-necked turtles (Testudines: Chelidae). Copeia 103(10): 536-540. http://dx.doi.org/10.1643/CH-14-147

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Spinks PQ, Georges A, Shaffer HB (2015) Data from: Phylogenetic uncertainty and taxonomic re-revisions: an example from the Australian short-necked turtles (Testudines: Chelidae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6q6sq
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