UCE alignments and phylogenetic trees

Christopher Blair, Robert Bryson, Uri Garcia-Vazquez, Adrian Nieto-Montes De Oca, David Lazcano, John McCormack & John Klicka
Genomic data continue to advance our understanding of species limits and biogeographic patterns. However, there is still no consensus regarding appropriate methods of phylogenomic analysis that make the best use of these heterogeneous data sets. In this study, we used thousands of ultraconserved element (UCE) loci from alligator lizards in the genus Gerrhonotus to compare and contrast species trees inferred using multiple contemporary methods and provide a timeframe for biological diversification across the Mexican Transition...
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