Data from: Heterogeneous rates of molecular evolution and diversification could explain the Triassic age estimate for angiosperms

Jeremy M. Beaulieu, Brian O'Meara, Peter Crane & Michael J. Donoghue
Dating analyses based on molecular data imply that crown angiosperms existed in the Triassic, long before their undisputed appearance in the fossil record in the Early Cretaceous. Following a re-analysis of the age of angiosperms using updated sequences and fossil calibrations, we use a series of simulations to explore the possibility that the older age estimates are a consequence of (i) major shifts in the rate of sequence evolution near the base of the angiosperms...
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