Data from: Multilocus phylogeography reveals nested endemism in a gecko across the monsoonal tropics of Australia

Craig Moritz, Matthew Fujita, Dan F. Rosauer, Rosa Agudo, Gayleen Bourke, Russell Palmer, Mitzy Pepper, Sally Potter, Renae Pratt, Mitchell Scott, Maria Tonione, Stephen Donnellan, Paul Doughty

Date Published: December 9, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f9m27

 

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Title Heteronotia_binoei_phylogenetics
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Description Alignments and phylogenies for northern lineages of Heteronotia binoei
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Title Heteronotia_binoei_PE
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Description GIS raster layer for phylogenetic endemism within Heteronotia binoei
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Craig Moritz, Matthew Fujita, Dan F. Rosauer, Rosa Agudo, Gayleen Bourke, Russell Palmer, Mitzy Pepper, Sally Potter, Renae Pratt, Mitchell Scott, Maria Tonione, Stephen Donnellan, Paul Doughty (2016)Multilocus phylogeography reveals nested endemism in a gecko across the monsoonal tropics of Australia. Molecular Ecology, 25(6): 1354–1366. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13511

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Craig Moritz, Matthew Fujita, Dan F. Rosauer, Rosa Agudo, Gayleen Bourke, Russell Palmer, Mitzy Pepper, Sally Potter, Renae Pratt, Mitchell Scott, Maria Tonione, Stephen Donnellan, Paul Doughty (2015) Data from: Multilocus phylogeography reveals nested endemism in a gecko across the monsoonal tropics of Australia. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f9m27
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