Investigating morphological complexes using informational dissonance and bayes factors: A case study in corbiculate bees

Diego Porto, Eduardo Almeida & Matthew Pennell
It is widely recognized that different regions of a genome often have different evolutionary histories and that ignoring this variation when estimating phylogenies can be misleading. However, the extent to which this is also true for morphological data is still largely unknown. Discordance among morphological traits might plausibly arise due to either variable convergent selection pressures or else phenomena such as hemiplasy. Here we investigate patterns of discordance among 282 morphological characters, which we scored...
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