Data from: Resolving evolutionary relationships in closely related species with whole-genome sequencing data

Alexander Nater, Reto Burri, Takeshi Kawakami, Linnéa Smeds & Hans Ellegren
Using genetic data to resolve the evolutionary relationships of species is of major interest in evolutionary and systematic biology. However, reconstructing the sequence of speciation events, the so-called species tree, in closely related and potentially hybridizing species is very challenging. Processes such as incomplete lineage sorting and interspecific gene flow result in local gene genealogies that differ in their topology from the species tree, and analyses of few loci with a single sequence per species...
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