Data from: Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)?

Onstein RE, Kissling WD, Chatrou LW, Couvreur TLP, Morlon H, Sauquet H

Date Published: April 16, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2hd8b0s

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Title Functional trait data and GenBank sequences for Annonaceae
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Description This file contains all of the data recorded in the PROTEUS database to produce the NEXUS trait matrix, including: PrimaryCharacters; PrimaryCharacterstates; References; PrimaryDataMatrix; Matrix for analysis; Updated taxonomy; GenBank sequences.
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Title Annonaceae maximum clade credibility (MCC) phylogenetic tree
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Description We reconstructed and dated the Annonaceae phylogenetic tree in BEAST 1.8.2. We used the uncorrelated lognormal clock model and a Yule birth prior. Substitution rates of markers were linked, and we used the GTR + gamma + invariant sites substitution rate model. To date the Annonaceae, we used the fossils Endressinia (most-recent common ancestor of Magnoliaceae and Annonaceae; 113 Ma) for the split between Magnoliaceae and Annonaceae, and Futabanthus (89 Ma) for the Annonaceae crown node (for more details, see Appendix S2). Please note that some of the taxonomic names have been changed (can be found in Appendix S1 [= Dryad file "Functional trait data and GenBank sequences in Annonaceae"]) and should be updated in future use of this datafile. In case you need 100 trees from the posterior distribution, please write to Renske Onstein (onsteinre@gmail.com).
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Title Annonaceae Supermatrix Alignment
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Description We sampled 234 Annonaceae species (c. 10% of total) representing 105 (c. 97% of total) genera and all four subfamilies, and seven outgroup taxa from related families. For these species, we generated a molecular supermatrix of eight plastid markers as assembled by Chatrou et al. (2012) supplemented with 157 additional sequences for 37 species. For details on the methods, see Chatrou et al. (2012), GenBank numbers for the new sequences are provided in Appendix S1 (= Dryad file "Functional trait data and GenBank sequences in Annonaceae"). Please note that in the meantime some of the taxonomic names have changed (can also be found in Appendix S1) and should be updated in future use of this datafile.
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Onstein RE, Kissling WD, Chatrou LW, Couvreur TLP, Morlon H, Sauquet H (2019) Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)? Journal of Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13552

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Onstein RE, Kissling WD, Chatrou LW, Couvreur TLP, Morlon H, Sauquet H (2019) Data from: Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)? Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2hd8b0s
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