Combining Genomic, Phenotypic and Sanger Sequencing Data to Elucidate the Phylogeny of the Two-Clawed Spiders (Dionycha).

@article{Azevedo2021CombiningGP,
  title={Combining Genomic, Phenotypic and Sanger Sequencing Data to Elucidate the Phylogeny of the Two-Clawed Spiders (Dionycha).},
  author={Guilherme H F Azevedo and Tierney Bougie and Mart{\'i}n Federico Carboni and Marshal Hedin and Mart{\'i}n J. Ram{\'i}rez},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          107327
        }
}
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