Data from: A rapid and scalable method for multilocus species delimitation using Bayesian model comparison and rooted triplets

Tomochika Fujisawa, Amr Aswad & Timothy G. Barraclough
Multilocus sequence data provide far greater power to resolve species limits than the single locus data typically used for broad surveys of clades. However, current statistical methods based on a multispecies coalescent framework are computationally demanding, because of the number of possible delimitations that must be compared and time-consuming likelihood calculations. New methods are therefore needed to open up the power of multilocus approaches to larger systematic surveys. Here, we present a rapid and scalable...
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