Two ddRAD-seq manuscripts with collaborators submitted!

January 20, 2015

Collaborations on the collection and analysis of ddRAD-seq data are starting to generate manuscripts for publications!

Emily Ebel (Boston University, Stanford University) submitted a manuscript describing a phylogenetic analysis of Adelpha butterflies, which also includes analyses of diversification rates and mapping of host preference and wing patterning characters.

Phil Lavretsky (Wright State University, University of Miami) submitted a manuscript describing population structure of Mexican ducks, which is highlighted by the finding of elevated divergence between Mexican ducks and mallards on the Z chromosome.