Data from: Evolutionary history inferred from the de novo assembly of a non-model organism, the blue-eyed black lemur

Wynn K. Meyer, Aarti Venkat, Amir R. Kermany, Bryce Van De Geijn, Sidi Zhang & Molly Przeworski
Lemurs, the living primates most distantly related to humans, demonstrate incredible diversity in behaviour, life history patterns and adaptive traits. Although many lemur species are endangered within their native Madagascar, there is no high-quality genome assembly from this taxon, limiting population and conservation genetic studies. One critically endangered lemur is the blue-eyed black lemur Eulemur flavifrons. This species is fixed for blue irises, a convergent trait that evolved at least four times in primates and...
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