Data from: Ecological divergence and sexual selection drive sexual size dimorphism in new world pitvipers (Serpentes: Viperidae)

Hendry CR, Guiher TJ, Pyron RA

Date Published: January 29, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rf18s

 

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Title Crotalinae_Tree
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Description Phylogeny containing 104 ingroup species. Reconstructed using simultaneous tree and date estimation in BEAST. Calibration points are detailed in the Methods section of the paper. Corresponding sequence alignment is included in the Dryad package.
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Title Crotalinae_Seq_Nexus
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Description DNA sequence alignment in Nexus format. Up to 8 genes for 104 species. Range = 528bp (8%) - 6342bp (95%) complete. GenBank Accession numbers are provided in online suppl. info Appendix S1.
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Hendry CR, Guiher TJ, Pyron RA (2014) Ecological divergence and sexual selection drive sexual size dimorphism in new world pitvipers (Serpentes: Viperidae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(4): 760-771. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12349

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Hendry CR, Guiher TJ, Pyron RA (2014) Data from: Ecological divergence and sexual selection drive sexual size dimorphism in new world pitvipers (Serpentes: Viperidae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rf18s
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