Data from: Restriction-site-associated DNA sequencing reveals a cryptic viburnum species on the North American coastal plain

Elizabeth L. Spriggs, Deren A.R. Eaton, Patrick W. Sweeney, Caroline Schlutius, Erika J. Edwards, Michael J. Donoghue & Deren A R Eaton
Species are the starting point for most studies of ecology and evolution, but the proper circumscription of species can be extremely difficult in morphologically variable lineages, and there are still few convincing examples of molecularly-informed species delimitation in plants. We focus here on the Viburnum nudum complex, a highly variable clade that is widely distributed in eastern North America. Taxonomic treatments have mostly divided this complex into northern (V. nudum var. cassinoides) and southern (V....
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