Data from: Phylogenomic evidence for ancient hybridization in the genomes of living cats (Felidae)

Gang Li, Brian W. Davis, Eduardo Eizirik & William J. Murphy
Interspecies hybridization has been recently recognized as potentially common in wild animals, but the extent to which it shapes modern genomes is still poorly understood. Distinguishing historical hybridization events from other processes leading to phylogenetic discordance among different markers requires a well-resolved species tree that considers all modes of inheritance, and overcomes systematic problems due to rapid lineage diversification by sampling large genomic character sets. Here we assessed genome-wide phylogenetic variation across a diverse mammalian...
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