Data from: A global perspective on Campanulaceae: biogeographic, genomic, and floral evolution

Andrew A. Crowl, Nicholas W. Miles, Clayton J. Visger, Kimberly Hansen, Tina Ayers, Rosemarie Haberle & Nico Cellinese
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: The Campanulaceae are a diverse clade of flowering plants encompassing more than 2300 species in myriad habitats from tropical rainforests to arctic tundra. A robust, multigene phylogeny, including all major lineages, is presented to provide a broad, evolutionary perspective of this cosmopolitan clade. METHODS: We used a phylogenetic framework, in combination with divergence dating, ancestral range estimation, chromosome modeling, and morphological character reconstruction analyses to infer phylogenetic placement and timing of...

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