Data from: Genetic structure and hybridization in the species group of Ficus auriculata: can closely related sympatric Ficus species retain their genetic identity while sharing pollinators?

Wei Z, Kobmoo N, Cruaud A, Kjellberg F

Date Published: June 5, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v0n20

 

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Description Cytb sequences for phylogenetic inference (Agaonidae)
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Description EF sequences for phylogenetic inference (Agaonidae)
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Title TreeML_Cytb
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Title Tables S1-S3 : Ficus genotypes
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Description Table S1 Genotypes of parents and offspring in controlled crosses. Table S2 Parent and offspring probability of assignation to genetic cluster using Structure. Table S3 Genotypes at the 7 retained loci of 355 individuals used for the global analysis.
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Description List of wasp specimens included in this study
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Wei Z, Kobmoo N, Cruaud A, Kjellberg F (2014) Genetic structure and hybridization in the species group of Ficus auriculata: can closely related sympatric Ficus species retain their genetic identity while sharing pollinators? Molecular Ecology 23(14): 3538–3550. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12825

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Wei Z, Kobmoo N, Cruaud A, Kjellberg F (2014) Data from: Genetic structure and hybridization in the species group of Ficus auriculata: can closely related sympatric Ficus species retain their genetic identity while sharing pollinators? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v0n20
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