Data from: Extinction can be estimated from moderately sized molecular phylogenies

Jeremy Michael Beaulieu & Brian C. O'Meara
Hundreds of studies have been dedicated to estimating speciation and extinction from phylogenies of extant species. While it has long been known that estimates of extinction rates using trees of extant organisms are often uncertain, an influential paper by Rabosky (2010) suggested that when birth rates vary continuously across the tree estimates of the extinction fraction (i.e., extinction rate/speciation rate) will appear strongly bimodal, with a peak suggesting no extinction and a peak implying speciation...
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