The influence of locus number and information content on species delimitation: an empirical test case in an endangered Mexican salamander.

@article{Hime2016TheIO,
  title={The influence of locus number and information content on species delimitation: an empirical test case in an endangered Mexican salamander.},
  author={Paul M Hime and Scott Hotaling and Richard E Grewelle and Eric M. O'Neill and Stephen Randal Voss and Howard Bradley Shaffer and David W. Weisrock},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 23},
  pages={5959-5974}
}
Perhaps the most important recent advance in species delimitation has been the development of model-based approaches to objectively diagnose species diversity from genetic data. Additionally, the growing accessibility of next-generation sequence data sets provides powerful insights into genome-wide patterns of divergence during speciation. However, applying complex models to large data sets is time-consuming and computationally costly, requiring careful consideration of the influence of both… CONTINUE READING