Data from: Recent speciation and secondary contact in endemic ants

Jowers MJ, Amor F, Ortega P, Lenoir A, Boulay RR, Cerdá X, Galarza JA

Date Published: April 10, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qk6d9

 

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Title Raw data used in: Recent speciation and secondary contact in endemic ants.
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Description This package contains the data used in the Manuscript Recent speciation and secondary contact in endemic ants, by Jowers et al. The files included are: 1) A table containing all sampling locations and GIS coordinates. 2) An by-indvidual sequence alignment of the mtDNA data in FASTA format, as well as the phylogenetic tree block in Newick format. 3) The microsatellite genotypes. 4) The raw morphological data (copulatory pieces) measurements and, 5) the raw cuticular hydrocarbon data. For each of these, a ReadMe file is included, giving specific details of the contents and author's contact information.
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Jowers MJ, Amor F, Ortega P, Lenoir A, Boulay RR, Cerdá X, Galarza JA (2014) Recent speciation and secondary contact in endemic ants. Molecular Ecology 23(10): 2529-2542. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12749

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Jowers MJ, Amor F, Ortega P, Lenoir A, Boulay RR, Cerdá X, Galarza JA (2014) Data from: Recent speciation and secondary contact in endemic ants. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qk6d9
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