Data from: Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of the Australian freshwater fish genus Galaxiella, with an emphasis on dwarf Galaxias (G. pusilla)

Unmack PJ, Bagley JC, Adams M, Hammer MP, Johnson JB

Date Published: June 14, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c3g8h

 

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Title Cytochrome b data file for all Galaxiella individuals sequenced
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Description Cytochrome b data for all individuals included in our study in nexus format. Sequence names match the species initials and the field codes shown in locality code column in our locality data table. Samples lacking a field code used the first four letters of the waterbody name, while samples ending in gb were from GenBank.
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Title S7 data file for Galaxiella
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Description S7 data for all individuals included in our study in nexus format. Data were aligned with MAFFT and phased in DnaSP (each allele is indicated by .a or .b at the end of the OTU code). Sequence names match the species initials and the field codes shown in locality code column in our locality data table. Samples lacking a field code used the first four letters of the waterbody name, while samples ending in gb were from GenBank.
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Title Arlequin analysis file (part 1 of 2) for Galaxiella pusilla Cytb sequences
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Description The input file to Arlequin. Note you need the haplotype file to be in the same directory. This version of the file is grouped by population, with the structure edited for all G. pusilla populations. To examine the two lineages within G. pusilla you need to restructure the groups.
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Title Arlequin analysis file (part 2 of 2) for Galaxiella pusilla Cytb sequences
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Description The haplotype file which is part of the input to Arlequin. Note you need the Arlequin project file to be in the same directory.
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Title DnaSP input analysis file for Galaxiella pusilla Cytb sequences
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Description Input file for DnaSP grouped by population. This is the same file used to create the Arlequin input files.
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Title Cytochrome b haplotype data file for Galaxiella
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Description Reduced cytochrome b data files containing only the haplotypes included in our study in nexus format. Sequence names match the species initials and the field codes shown in locality code column in our locality data table. Samples lacking a field code used the first four letters of the waterbody name, while samples ending in gb were from GenBank.
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Unmack PJ, Bagley JC, Adams M, Hammer MP, Johnson JB (2012) Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of the Australian freshwater fish genus Galaxiella, with an emphasis on dwarf Galaxias (G. pusilla). PLoS ONE 7(6): e38433. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0038433

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Unmack PJ, Bagley JC, Adams M, Hammer MP, Johnson JB (2012) Data from: Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of the Australian freshwater fish genus Galaxiella, with an emphasis on dwarf Galaxias (G. pusilla). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c3g8h
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