Data from: Statistical inference of allopolyploid species networks in the presence of incomplete lineage sorting

Graham Jones, Serik Sagitov, Bengt Oxelman & Anna Petri
Polyploidy is an important speciation mechanism, particularly in land plants. Allopolyploid species are formed after hybridization between otherwise intersterile parental species. Recent theoretical progress has led to successful implementation of species tree models that take population genetic parameters into account. However, these models have not included allopolyploid hybridization and the special problems imposed when species trees of allopolyploids are inferred. Here, two new models for the statistical inference of the evolutionary history of allopolyploids are...
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