Data from: Impact of climate changes from Middle Miocene onwards on evolutionary diversification in Eurasia: insights from the mesobuthid scorpions

 

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Title Table 1 Sampling localities and sample sizes of M
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Description Sampleing location of M. martensii in China and M.eupeus from China, Mongolia and Tajikistan
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Title Tree data for reconstructing ancestral distributional areas
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Description 50K BEAST post-burnin trees and MCC tree for reconstructing ancestral distribution areas.
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Title Table S1 Genbank accession numbers
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Description Genbank accession numbers of Mesobuthus scorpion and outgroup sequences
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Shi C, Ji Y, Liu L, Wang L, Zhang D (2013) Impact of climate changes from Middle Miocene onwards on evolutionary diversification in Eurasia: insights from the mesobuthid scorpions. Molecular Ecology 22(6): 1700–1716. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12205

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Shi C, Ji Y, Liu L, Wang L, Zhang D (2013) Data from: Impact of climate changes from Middle Miocene onwards on evolutionary diversification in Eurasia: insights from the mesobuthid scorpions. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9h91m
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