Conflicting Evolutionary Histories of the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes in New World Myotis Bats.

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The rapid diversification of Myotis bats into more than 100 species is one of the most extensive mammalian radiations available for study. Efforts to understand relationships within Myotis have primarily utilized mitochondrial markers and trees inferred from nuclear markers lacked resolution. Our current understanding of relationships within Myotis is… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/sysbio/syx070

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@article{Platt2017ConflictingEH, title={Conflicting Evolutionary Histories of the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes in New World Myotis Bats.}, author={Roy N Platt and Brant C. Faircloth and Kevin A. M. Sullivan and Troy J. Kieran and Travis C. Glenn and Michael W. Vandewege and Thomas E Lee and Robert J Baker and Richard D. Stevens and David Alfred Ray}, journal={Systematic biology}, year={2017} }