Data from: The cat-eyed snakes of Madagascar: phylogeny and description of a new species of Madagascarophis (Serpentes: Lamprophiidae) from the tsingy of Ankarana

Ruane S, Burbrink FT, Randriamahtantsoa B, Raxworthy CJ

Date Published: September 5, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n10d7

 

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Title Madagascarophis Nexus Files
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Description Three loci used in analyses (COI, RAG2, CMOS), including a file for the gene RAG2 that includes a heterozygous individual, denoted by allele "A" and "B."
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Title Madagascarophis_trees
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Description The species tree from *BEAST and the three gene trees (COI, RAG2, CMOS) generated during the *BEAST run.
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Ruane S, Burbrink FT, Randriamahtantsoa B, Raxworthy CJ (2016) The cat-eyed snakes of Madagascar: phylogeny and description of a new species of Madagascarophis (Serpentes: Lamprophiidae) from the tsingy of Ankarana. Copeia 104(3): 712-721. http://dx.doi.org/10.1643/CH-15-346

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Ruane S, Burbrink FT, Randriamahtantsoa B, Raxworthy CJ (2016) Data from: The cat-eyed snakes of Madagascar: phylogeny and description of a new species of Madagascarophis (Serpentes: Lamprophiidae) from the tsingy of Ankarana. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n10d7
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