Data from: Phylogenomics and continental biogeographic disjunctions – insight from the Australian starflowers (Calytrix: Myrtaceae)

Francis Nge
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Continental-scale disjunctions and associated drivers is a core research interest in biogeographic studies. Here, we selected a species-rich Australian plant genus (Calytrix; Myrtaceae) as a case study to investigate these patterns in an Australian context. The endemic Australian starflower genus has a disjunct distribution across the mesic fringes of the continent and is absent from the arid centre. METHODS: We used high-throughput sequencing to generate unprecedented resolution and near complete species-level...
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