Data from: Multilocus phylogeography of a widespread savanna-woodland adapted rodent reveals the influence of Pleistocene geomorphology and climate change in Africa’s Zambezi region

McDonough MM, Šumbera R, Mazoch V, Ferguson AW, Phillips CD, Bryja J

Date Published: September 3, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83kd9

 

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Description The compressed folder includes the following: a) sequence alignments for all individuals and loci, b) .xml files used for BEAST analyses (divergence time estimates and extended Bayesian skyline plot), c) MAXENT parameter files, d) spatial diffusion analysis parameter files, and D) STUCTURE parameter file.
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McDonough MM, Šumbera R, Mazoch V, Ferguson AW, Phillips CD, Bryja J (2015) Multilocus phylogeography of a widespread savanna-woodland adapted rodent reveals the influence of Pleistocene geomorphology and climate change in Africa’s Zambezi region. Molecular Ecology 24(20): 5248–5266. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13374

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McDonough MM, Šumbera R, Mazoch V, Ferguson AW, Phillips CD, Bryja J (2015) Data from: Multilocus phylogeography of a widespread savanna-woodland adapted rodent reveals the influence of Pleistocene geomorphology and climate change in Africa’s Zambezi region. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83kd9
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