Data from: The Kimberley, north-western Australia, as a cradle of evolution and endemic biodiversity: an example using Grunters (Terapontidae)

Shelley J, Unmack P, Dempster T, Le Feuvre M, Swearer S

Date Published: November 15, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.95qd72v

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Title Terapontid_PosteriorTrees_10k
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Description A posterior distribution of 10,000 trees sampled from the broader distribution used in the *BEAST analysis
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Shelley JJ, Unmack PJ, Dempster T, Le Feuvre MC, Swearer SE (2019) The Kimberley, north‐western Australia, as a cradle of evolution and endemic biodiversity: An example using grunters (Terapontidae). Journal of Biogeography, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13682

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Shelley J, Unmack P, Dempster T, Le Feuvre M, Swearer S (2019) Data from: The Kimberley, north-western Australia, as a cradle of evolution and endemic biodiversity: an example using Grunters (Terapontidae). Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.95qd72v
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