Data from: Phylogeographic diversification of antelope squirrels (Ammospermophilus) across North American deserts

Stacy J. Mantooth, David J. Hafner, , Brett R. Riddle & Robert W. Bryson
We investigated the biogeographic history of antelope squirrels, genus Ammospermophilus, which are widely distributed across the deserts and other arid lands of western North America. We combined range-wide sampling of all currently recognized species of Ammospermophilus with a multilocus data set to infer phylogenetic relationships. We then estimated divergence times within identified clades of Ammospermophilus using fossil-calibrated and rate-calibrated molecular clocks. Lastly, we explored generalized distributional changes of Ammospermophilus since the last glacial maximum using...
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