Data from: Calibrating divergence times on species trees versus gene trees: implications for speciation history of Aphelocoma jays

John E McCormack, Joseph Heled, Kathleen S Delaney, A Townsend Peterson & L Lacey Knowles
Estimates of the timing of divergence are central to testing the underlying causes of speciation. Relaxed molecular clocks and fossil calibration have improved these estimates; however, these advances are implemented in the context of gene trees, which can overestimate divergence times. Here we couple recent innovations for dating speciation events with the analytical power of species trees, where multilocus data are considered in a coalescent context. Divergence times are estimated in the bird genus Aphelocoma...
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