Data from: The evolution of a complex trait: cuticular hydrocarbons in ants evolve independent from phylogenetic constraints

Menzel F, Schmitt T, Blaimer BB

Date Published: May 24, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mp7t1

 

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Title Chemical and genetic data of the Crematogaster specimen
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Description The zip file contains the following sheets in one xls file: Tables S1 and S2: Information on collection sites. Tables S3 and S4: Data on the relative abundances of CHC classes and the median chain lengths in the entire Crematogaster data set and in the Crematogaster levior species group. Furthermore, it provides the genetic data for the entire Crematogaster dataset (five nuclear loci, i.e. LW Rh, ArgK, CAD, TOP1 and Wg) and for the Crematogaster levior species group (mitochondrial DNA: COI) as nexus files.
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Menzel F, Schmitt T, Blaimer BB (2017) The evolution of a complex trait: cuticular hydrocarbons in ants evolve independent from phylogenetic constraints. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30(7): 1372-1385. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13115

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Menzel F, Schmitt T, Blaimer BB (2017) Data from: The evolution of a complex trait: cuticular hydrocarbons in ants evolve independent from phylogenetic constraints. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mp7t1
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