Data from: The role of mitochondrial introgression in illuminating the evolutionary history of Nearctic treefrogs

, Brian Tilston Smith, Adrian Nieto-Montes De Oca, Uri Omar Garcia-Vazquez, Brett R. Riddle & Robert W. Bryson
Inferring the evolutionary history of lineages often becomes difficult when gene histories are in conflict with each other. Introgression, for example, can cause DNA sequences from one species to be more similar to sequences of a different species and lead to incongruence amongst gene trees. However, incorporating congruent and incongruent locus-specific phylogenetic estimates with the geographical distribution of lineages may provide valuable insight into evolutionary processes important to speciation. In this study, we investigated mitochondrial...
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