Data from: Cost-efficient high throughput capture of museum arthropod specimen DNA using PCR-generated baits

Alexander Knyshov, Eric R. L. Gordon & Christiane Weirauch
Gathering genetic data for rare species is one of the biggest remaining obstacles in modern phylogenetics, particularly for megadiverse groups such as arthropods. Next generation sequencing techniques allow for sequencing of short DNA fragments contained in preserved specimens >20 years old, but approaches such as whole genome sequencing are often too expensive for projects including many taxa. Several methods of reduced representation sequencing have been proposed that lower the cost of sequencing per specimen, but...
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