Phylogenomic assessment of biodiversity using a reference-based taxonomy: An example with Horned Lizards (Phrynosoma)

Adam Leache, Hayden Davis, Sonal Singhal, Matt Fujita & Megan Lahti
Phylogenomic investigations of biodiversity facilitate the detection of fine-scale population genetic structure and the demographic histories of species and populations. However, determining whether or not the genetic divergence measured among populations reflects species-level differentiation remains a central challenge in species delimitation. One potential solution is to compare genetic divergence between putative new species with other closely related species, sometimes referred to as a reference-based taxonomy. To be described as a new species, a population should...
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