Data from: Archaeogenomic evidence from the southwestern US points to a pre-Hispanic scarlet macaw breeding colony

George RJ, Plof S, Watson AS, Schmidt KL, Culleton BJ, Harper TK, Gilman PA, LeBlanc SA, Amato G, Whiteley P, Kistler L, Kennett DJ

Date Published: August 21, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sv74pj2

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Title Ancient scarlet macaw bam files, revised A. m. macao reference, and consensus files
Description This dataset includes 1) aligned bam files for 17 ancient scarlet macaws, 2) aligned and masked bam files for 17 ancient scarlet macaws, 3) the revised A. m. macao reference sequence, and the consensus sequence fasta files.
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George RJ, Plog S, Watson AS, Schmidt KL, Culleton BJ, Harper TK, Gilman PA, LeBlanc SA, Amato G, Whiteley P, Kistler L, Kennett DJ (2018) Archaeogenomic evidence from the southwestern US points to a pre-Hispanic scarlet macaw breeding colony. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115(35): 8740-8745. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1805856115

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George RJ, Plof S, Watson AS, Schmidt KL, Culleton BJ, Harper TK, Gilman PA, LeBlanc SA, Amato G, Whiteley P, Kistler L, Kennett DJ (2018) Data from: Archaeogenomic evidence from the southwestern US points to a pre-Hispanic scarlet macaw breeding colony. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sv74pj2
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