Data from: A worldwide molecular phylogeny provides new insight on cryptic diversity within the moonworts (Botrychium s. s., Ophioglossaceae)

Dauphin BF, Farrar DR, Maccagni A, Grant JR

Date Published: January 10, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tc07j

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Title S1_Botrychium_matK_368_sequences
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Description non-coding chloroplast locus matK intron
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Title S2_Botrychium_rpL16_367_sequences
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Description non-coding chloroplast locus rpL16 intron
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Title S3_Botrychium_trnLF_368_sequences
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Description non-coding chloroplast locus trnL-trnF intergenic spacer
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Title S4_Botrychium_trnHpsbA_368_sequences
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Description non-coding chloroplast locus trnH–psbA intergenic spacer
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Dauphin BF, Farrar DR, Maccagni A, Grant JR (2017) A worldwide molecular phylogeny provides new insight on cryptic diversity within the moonworts (Botrychium s. s., Ophioglossaceae). Systematic Botany 42(4): 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1600/036364417X696483

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Dauphin BF, Farrar DR, Maccagni A, Grant JR (2017) Data from: A worldwide molecular phylogeny provides new insight on cryptic diversity within the moonworts (Botrychium s. s., Ophioglossaceae). Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tc07j
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