Data from: Phylogenetic patterns of geographical and ecological diversification in the subgenus Drosophila

 

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Title Figure 1 xml file
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Description xml file used in the BEAST analyses of Drosophila using 218 ingroup species and 9 calibration points.
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Title Figure 1 tree
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Description Figure 1. Summarized chronogram for the subgenus Drosophila obtained with BEAST using 218 species and 9 calibration points. It corresponds to the analysis run with the Figure 1 xml file.
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Description xml file used to run the BEAST analysis of Figure 2, using 153 species for which there was sequence data for 2 or 3 genes and 9 calibration points.
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Title Figure 2 tree
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Description Summarized chronogram for the subgenus Drosophila obtained with BEAST using 153 species and 9 calibration points, corresponding to the Figure 2 xml file analysis.
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Description File used to run the BEAST analyses of the subgenus Drosophila obtained with BEAST using all 218 species and 5 calibration points. Corresponding to the Figure 3.
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Description Figure 3. Summarized chronogram for the subgenus Drosophila obtained with BEAST using 218 species and 5 calibration points. It corresponds to the Figure 3 xml file.
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Title Fig4A
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Description Ancestral reconstruction of geographic distribution. Tree showing the main dispersal events inferred to have occurred during the evolution of the Drosophila subgenus.
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Title Fig4B
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Description Ancestral reconstruction of ecological niche. Trees showing the main ecological shifts inferred to have occurred during the evolution of the Drosophila subgenus.
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Title Fig5A
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Description Figure 5. Backbone topology used in the MEDUSA analyses. A) phylogeny backbone from analysis with 218 species and 9 calibration points. Tip names refer to the species groups (those polyphyletic were clustered into a single clade) and numbers in brackets refer to the species richness of the tip. Numbers on nodes indicate divergence times.
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Description Figure 5. Backbone topology used in the MEDUSA analyses. Phylogeny backbone from analysis with 218 species and 5 calibration points. Tip names refer to the species groups (those polyphyletic were clustered into a single clade) and numbers in brackets refer to the species richness of the tip. Numbers on nodes indicate divergence times.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Morales-Hojas R, Vieira J (2012) Phylogenetic patterns of geographical and ecological diversification in the subgenus Drosophila. PLoS ONE 7(11): e49552. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0049552

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Morales-Hojas R, Vieira J (2012) Data from: Phylogenetic patterns of geographical and ecological diversification in the subgenus Drosophila. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v0t0d
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