Data from: Comparative rangewide phylogeography of four endemic Taiwanese bat species

Rossiter SJ, Kuo H, Chen S, Fang Y, Flanders J

Date Published: June 17, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f5th5

 

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Title Occurrence_data
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Description GPS coordinates of the occurrence records used in building MaxEnt models of the four Taiwanese bat species.
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Title Bioclimatic_layers_current
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Description The eight selected bioclimatic layers for current conditions used in building MaxEnt models of the four Taiwanese bat species. An additional layer where Taiwan is masked (119.9-122.1ºE, 21.8-25.5ºN) is provided.
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Title Bioclimatic_layers_ccsm21ka
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Description The eight selected bioclimatic layers for past conditions (21 ka, CCSM model) used in projecting MaxEnt models of the four Taiwanese bat species. An additional layer where a broader geographic space is masked (111.3-126.3ºE, 19.2-28.4ºN) is provided.
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Title Bioclimatic_layers_miroc21ka
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Description The eight selected bioclimatic layers for past conditions (21 ka, MIROC model) used in projecting MaxEnt models of the four Taiwanese bat species. An additional layer where a broader geographic space is masked (111.3-126.3ºE, 19.2-28.4ºN) is provided.
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Title Mitochondrial_alignments
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Description A compressed file containing single-mitochondrial-locus alignments (Cyt-b or COI) for the four Taiwanese bat species and concatenated alignments of Cyt-b and COI for Murina gracilis and M. recondita. All alignments are in the FASTA format.
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Title BEAST_inputs
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Description XML input files of strict-clock BEAST analyses for dated intraspecific phylogenies of Murina gracilis and M. recondita. For each species, files were separately prepared for analyses with a constant-sized population model and a Bayesian Skyline Plot (BSP) model.
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Title BEAST_trees
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Description Maximum clade credibility trees (MCCT) obtained from strict-clock BEAST analyses applied to each of Murina gracilis and M. recondita. Tree files from analyses with a constant-sized population model and a Bayesian Skyline Plot model are both given.
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Title EBSP_inputs
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Description XML input files of the Extended Bayesian Skyline Plot (EBSP) analyses for individual local samples of Murina gracilis and M. recondita as well as for range-wide samples of M. puta and Taiwanese Kerivoula.
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Title Microsatellite_data
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Description Panels of multi-locus microsatellite genotypes for the four Taiwanese bat species with sexes and GPS coordinates for individual bats provided. Missing values and the second alleles of males at the X-linked locus, B9, are coded as -9.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Kuo H, Chen S, Fang Y, Flanders J, Rossiter SJ (2014) Comparative rangewide phylogeography of four endemic Taiwanese bat species. Molecular Ecology 23(14): 3566–3586. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12838

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Rossiter SJ, Kuo H, Chen S, Fang Y, Flanders J (2014) Data from: Comparative rangewide phylogeography of four endemic Taiwanese bat species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f5th5
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