Data from: Temperate radiations and dying embers of a tropical past: the diversification of Viburnum

Elizabeth L. Spriggs, Wendy L. Clement, Patrick W. Sweeney, Santiago Madriñán, Erika J. Edwards & Michael J. Donoghue
We used a near-complete phylogeny for the angiosperm clade Viburnum to assess lineage diversification rates, and to examine possible morphological and ecological factors driving radiations. Maximum-likelihood and Bayesian approaches identified shifts in diversification rate and possible links to character evolution. We inferred the ancestral environment for Viburnum and changes in diversification dynamics associated with subsequent biome shifts. Viburnum probably diversified in tropical forests of Southeast Asia in the Eocene, with three subsequent radiations in temperate...
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