Data from: Timeframes of speciation, reticulation, and hybridization in the Bulldog bat explained through phylogenetic analyses of all genetic transmission elements

 

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Title Online Appendix 1
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Description Online Appendix 1: List of Noctilio samples, museum numbers and localities used in the study. Superscript numbers 1 – 4 following N. albiventris and 1 – 2 following N. leporinus refers to the mitochondrial clade identified in the study, Albiventris 1 – 4 and Leporinus 1 – 2, respectively. Abbreviations of each museum code are described in the materials and method section.
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Description Table S1-S3; Figure S1-S2
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Anwarali Khan FA, Phillips CD, Baker RJ (2013) Timeframes of speciation, reticulation, and hybridization in the Bulldog bat explained through phylogenetic analyses of all genetic transmission elements. Systematic Biology 63(1): 96-110. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syt062

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Anwarali Khan FA, Phillips CD, Baker RJ (2013) Data from: Timeframes of speciation, reticulation, and hybridization in the Bulldog bat explained through phylogenetic analyses of all genetic transmission elements. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77c1h
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