Data from: Pollinator sharing and gene flow among closely related sympatric dioecious fig taxa

Wang G, Cannon CH, Chen J

Date Published: March 16, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f1d5h

 

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Description Table S1. Samples information of fig and fig wasp for Microsatellite or COI sequences.Table S2. Microsatellite primers of Ficus plants used in this paper.Table S3. Fig volatile samples of receptive phase in Menglun site.Table S4. Genetic distance matrix (Mean± SE) for pollinator clades.Table S5. Frequency of associations between sympatric Ficus species and Ceratosolen species basing on 87 de novo sequenced Ceratosolen wasps.Table S6. Posterior probabilities of assignment of 13 individuals identified as putative hybrids from Bayesian clustering analysis (K = 5) using a priori species identity information with migration rate priors of 0.10, 0.05, 0.01 are shown.Table S7. Pairwise migration rates (MR) for five sympatric morphological figs estimated in BayesAss.Table S8. Tentatative results of occurrences (Occ) and relative abundances (Mean, SD) of the compounds found in fig volatiles at receptive phase of five morphological fig species.Figure S1. Bayesian tree of all Ceratosolen fig wasps with COI gene recored in GenBank.Figure S2 Bayesian tree of Ficus from Subgenus Sycomorus based on the ITS-G3pdh combined dataset.Figure S3. Bayesian tree of 87 Ceratosolen fig wasps de novo sequenced in this study based on the COI gene.
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Title Appendix S1. Byesian tree of all Ceratosolen species with COI gene recored in GenBank
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Description Appendix S1. Byesian tree of all Ceratosolen species with COI gene recored in GenBank.nexus
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Title Appendix S2. Bayesian tree of sympatric figs species from Subgenus Sycomorus.nexus
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Title Appendix S3. Byesian tree of 87 de nove sequenced Ceratosolen fig wasps
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Title Appendix S4. Ficus SSR data 11loci_278ind
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Title Appendix S5. List of fig wasp and fig samples used in phylogeny establishment
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Wang G, Cannon CH, Chen J (2016) Pollinator sharing and gene flow among closely related sympatric dioecious fig taxa. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283(1828): 20152963. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.2963

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