Data from: Evolutionary diversification of reef corals: a comparison of the molecular and fossil records

 

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Title Simpsonetal_coral_species_ranges
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Description gensp = Genus species, FAD_stage = Stage name of first occurrence, LAD_stage = Stage name of last occurrence, FAD_MYA = Time of first occurrence (mya) from middle of stage, LAD_MYA = Time of last occurrence (mya) from top of stage. This data is derived from occurrence data downloaded from the Paleobiology Database (http://paleodb.org) on 17 March 2011. See paper for details of the download.
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Title Scler-Cytb_COI_August2010_combined.trees.tar
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Description 80000 time-calibrated molecular phylogenies for a 144-taxon set using two mitochondrial genes, CO1 and Cytochrome B, which were downloaded from GenBank (see Suplementary Table 1 for taxa and accession numbers), including 10 outgroup species. Produced in BEAST 1.5.2
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Simpson C, Kiessling W, Mewis H, Baron-Szabo RC, Müller J (2011) Evolutionary diversification of reef corals: a comparison of the molecular and fossil records. Evolution 65(11): 3274-3284. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01365.x

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Simpson C, Kiessling W, Mewis H, Baron-Szabo RC, Müller J (2011) Data from: Evolutionary diversification of reef corals: a comparison of the molecular and fossil records. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s7dj0
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