Data from: Incongruence in molecular species delimitation schemes: what to do when adding more data is difficult.

Sarah J. Jacobs, Casey Kristofferson, Simon Uribe-Convers, Maribeth Latvis & David C. Tank
Using multiple, independent approaches in molecular species delimitation is advocated to accommodate limitations and assumptions of a single approach. Incongruence in delimitation schemes is a potential byproduct of employing multiple methods on the same data, and little attention has been paid to its reconciliation. Instead, a particular scheme is prioritized and/or molecular delimitations are coupled with additional, independent lines of evidence that mitigate incongruence. We advocate that incongruence within a line of evidence should be...
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