Data from: Accuracy and precision of species trees: effects of locus, individual, and base-pair sampling on inference of species trees of the Liolaemus darwinii group (Squamata, Liolaemidae)

Arley Camargo, Luciano J. Avila, Mariana Morando, Jack W. Sites & Jack W. Sites
Molecular phylogenetics has entered a new era in which species trees are estimated from a collection of gene trees using methods that accommodate their heterogeneity and discordance with the species tree. Empirical evaluation of species trees is necessary to assess the performance (i.e., accuracy and precision) of these methods with real data, which consist of gene genealogies likely shaped by different historical and demographic processes. We analyzed 20 loci for 16 species of the South...
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