Data from: New approaches to the biogeography and areas of endemism of red oaks (Quercus L., section Lobatae)

 

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Description Three sympatry matrices used in the network analysis of 72 species of red oaks.
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Description Two matrices: (1) presence/absence using NJ, PAE, and clusters (UPGMA) analyses, and (b) with the inverse of the distribution for NJ analysis for 72 red oaks.
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Torres-Miranda A, Luna-Vega I, Oyama K (2013) New approaches to the biogeography and areas of endemism of red oaks (Quercus L., section Lobatae). Systematic Biology 62(4): 555-573. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syt021

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Torres-Miranda A, Luna-Vega I, Oyama K (2013) Data from: New approaches to the biogeography and areas of endemism of red oaks (Quercus L., section Lobatae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nh30v
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