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Species Delimitation


​Solis-Lemus C, Knowles LL, Ane C. 2015. Bayesian species delimitation combining multiple genes and traits in a unified framework. Evolution, 69(2): 492-507. [Online]

​Rabier CE, Ta T, Ane C. 2014. Detecting and locating whole genome duplications on a phylogeny: A probabilistic approach. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31(3): 750-762. [Online]

Weisrock DW, Smith SD, Chan LM, Biebouw K, Kappeler PM, Yoder AD. 2012. Concatenation and concordance in the reconstruction of mouse lemur phylogeny: An empirical demonstration of the effect of allele sampling in phylogenetics. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29(6): 1615-1630. [Online]


​Ane C. 2014. iBPP: Bayesian species delimitation integrating genes and traits

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