Data from: How important is it to consider lineage diversification heterogeneity in macroevolutionary studies? lessons from the lizard family Liolaemidae

Melisa Olave, Luciano Avila, Jack Sites & Mariana Morando
Macroevolutionary and biogeographical studies commonly apply multiple models to test state-dependent diversification. These models track the association between states of interest along a phylogeny, although many of them do not consider whether different clades might be evolving under different evolutionary drivers. Yet, they are still commonly applied to empirical studies without careful consideration of possible lineage diversification heterogeneity along the phylogenetic tree. A recent biogeographic study has suggested that orogenic uplift of the southern Andes...
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