Data from: Nuclear genomic signals of the \"microturbellarian\" roots of platyhelminth evolutionary innovation

Christopher E. Laumer, Andreas Hejnol & Gonzalo Giribet
Flatworms number among the most diverse invertebrate phyla, and represent the most biomedically significant branch of the major bilaterian clade Spiralia, but to date, deep evolutionary relationships within this group have been studied using only a single locus (the rRNA operon), leaving the origins of many key clades unclear. Here, using a survey of genomes and transcriptomes representing all free-living flatworm orders, we provide resolution of platyhelminth interrelationships based on hundreds of nuclear protein-coding genes,...
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