Data from: Inferring introgression using RADseq and DFOIL: power and pitfalls revealed in a case study of spiny lizards (Sceloporus)

Shea M. Lambert, Jeffrey W. Streicher, M. Caitlin Fisher-Reid, Fausto R. Mendez De La Cruz, Norberto Martínez‐Méndez, Uri Omar García Vázquez, Adrián Nieto Montes De Oca & John J. Wiens
Introgression is now commonly reported in studies across the Tree of Life, aided by recent advancements in data collection and analysis. Nevertheless, researchers working with non‐model species lacking reference genomes may be stymied by a mismatch between available resources and methodological demands. In this study, we demonstrate a fast and simple approach for inferring introgression using RADseq data, and apply it to a case study involving spiny lizards (Sceloporus) from northeastern México. First, we find...
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