Data from: Locating evolutionary precursors on a phylogenetic tree

Brigitte Marazzi, Cecile M. Ane, Marcelo F. Simon, Melissa A. Luckow, Alfonso Delgado-Salinas & Michael J. Sanderson
Conspicuous innovations in the history of life are often preceded by more cryptic genetic and developmental precursors. In many cases, these appear to be associated with recurring origins of very similar traits in close relatives (parallelisms) or striking convergences separated by deep time (“deep homologies”). Although the phylogenetic distribution of gain and loss of traits hints strongly at the existence of such precursors, no models of trait evolution currently permit inference about their location on...
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