Data from: Multiplexed shotgun genotyping resolves species relationships within the North American genus Penstemon

Carolyn A. Wessinger, Craig C. Freeman, Mark E. Mort, Mark D. Rausher & Lena C. Hileman
Premise of the study: Evolutionary radiations provide opportunities to examine large-scale patterns in diversification and character evolution, yet are often recalcitrant to phylogenetic resolution due to rapid speciation events. The plant genus Penstemon has been difficult to resolve using Sanger sequence-based markers, leading to the hypothesis that it represents a recent North American radiation. The present study demonstrates the utility of multiplexed shotgun genotyping (MSG), a style of Restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RADseq), to infer...
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