Factors affecting species delimitations with the GMYC model: insights from a butterfly survey

@inproceedings{Talavera2013FactorsAS,
  title={Factors affecting species delimitations with the GMYC model: insights from a butterfly survey},
  author={Guillermo Talavera and Vlad Dincă and Roger Vila},
  year={2013}
}
1. The generalized mixed Yule-coalescent (GMYC) model has become one of the most popular approaches for species delimitation based on single-locus data, and it is widely used in biodiversity assessments and phylogenetic community ecology. We here examine an array of factors affecting GMYC resolution (tree reconstruction method, taxon sampling coverage/taxon richness and geographic sampling intensity/geographic scale). 2. We test GMYC performance based on empirical data (DNA barcoding of the… CONTINUE READING
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