Data from: Large‐scale species delimitation method for hyperdiverse groups

Nicolas Puillandre, Maria Vittoria Modica, Y. Zhang, Lawrence Sirovich, Marie-Catherine Boisselier, Corinne Cruaud, Mandë Holford & Sarah Samadi
Accelerating the description of biodiversity is a major challenge as extinction rates increase. Integrative taxonomy combining molecular, morphological, ecological and geographical data is seen as the best route to reliably identify species. Classic molluscan taxonomic methodology proposes primary species hypotheses (PSHs) based on shell morphology. However, in hyperdiverse groups, such as the molluscan family Turridae, where most of the species remain unknown and for which homoplasy and plasticity of morphological characters is common, shell‐based PSHs...
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