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1. Data from: A comprehensive and dated phylogenomic analysis of butterflies

2019. Espeland, Marianne, Breinholt, Jesse W., Willmott, Keith R., Warren, Andrew D., Vila, Roger, Toussaint, Emmanuel F. A., Maunsell, Sarah C., Aduse-Poku, Kwaku, Talavera, Gerard, Eastwood, Rodney, Jarzyna, Marta A., Guralnick, Robert, Lohman, David J., Pierce, Naomi E., Kawahara, Akito Y., Breinholt, Jesse, and Toussaint, Emmanuel F.A. Butterflies (Papilionoidea), with over 18,000 described species [1], have captivated naturalists and scientists for centuries. They play a central ... Current Biology. University of Bonn, University of Florida, Harvard University, Pompeu Fabra University, City College of New York, Yale University, City University of New York, and Queens College, CUNY.

2. Data from: A genome-wide phylogeny of jumping spiders (Araneae, Salticidae), using anchored hybrid enrichment

2019. Maddison, Wayne P., Evans, Samuel C., Hamilton, Chris A., Bond, Jason E., Lemmon, Alan R., and Lemmon, Emily Moriarty. We present the first genome-wide molecular phylogeny of jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae), inferred from Anchored Hybrid Enrichment (AHE) seque... ZooKeys. University of British Columbia, University of Florida, Auburn University, and Florida State University.

3. Data from: A global perspective on Campanulaceae: biogeographic, genomic, and floral evolution

2019. Crowl, Andrew A., Miles, Nicholas W., Visger, Clayton J., Hansen, Kimberly, Ayers, Tina, Haberle, Rosemarie, and Cellinese, Nico. PREMISE OF THE STUDY: The Campanulaceae are a diverse clade of flowering plants encompassing more than 2300 species in myriad habitats from tropica... American Journal of Botany. University of Florida, Northern Arizona University, and Pacific Lutheran University.

4. Data from: A hyperspectral image can predict tropical tree growth rates in single-species stands

2019. Caughlin, T. Trevor, Graves, Sarah J., Asner, Gregory P., van Breugel, Michiel, Hall, Jefferson S., Martin, Roberta E., Ashton, Mark S., and Bohlman, Stephanie A. Remote sensing is increasingly needed to meet the critical demand for estimates of forest structure and composition at landscape to continental sca... Ecological Applications. University of Florida, Carnegie Institution for Science, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Yale-NUS College, and Yale University.

5. Data from: A maximum likelihood approach to generate hypotheses on the evolution and historical biogeography in the Lower Volga Valley regions (southwest Russia)

2019. Mavrodiev, Evgeny V., Laktionov, Alexy P., and Cellinese, Nico. The evolution of the diverse flora in the Lower Volga Valley (LVV) (southwest Russia) is complex due to the composite geomorphology and tectonic hi... Ecology and Evolution. University of Florida and Astrakhan State University.

6. Data from: A molecular phylogeny and revised higher-level classification for the leaf-mining moth family Gracillariidae and its implications for larval host-use evolution

2019. Kawahara, Akito Y., Plotkin, David, Ohshima, Issei, Lopez-Vaamonde, Carlos, Houlihan, Peter R., Breinholt, Jesse W., Kawakita, Atsushi, Xiao, Lei, Regier, Jerome C., Davis, Donald R., Kumata, Tosio, Sohn, Jay-Cheon, De Prins, Jurate, Mitter, Charles, and SOHN, JAE-CHEON. Gracillariidae are one of the most diverse families of internally feeding insects, and many species are economically important. Study of this famil... Systematic Entomology. University of Florida, Kyoto Prefectural University, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Kyoto University, University of Maryland, College Park, Smithsonian Institution, Hokkaido University, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, and Mokpo National University.

7. Data from: A molecular phylogeny of Eumorpha (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) and the evolution of anti-predator larval eyespots

2019. Ponce, Francesca V., Breinholt, Jesse W., Hossie, Thomas, Barber, Jesse R., Janzen, Daniel H., Hallwachs, Winnie, and Kawahara, Akito Y. Many insects possess conspicuous external circular ring markings that resemble the eye of a vertebrate. These ‘eyespots’ typically function to star... Systematic Entomology. University of Florida, Carleton University, Boise State University, and University of Pennsylvania.

8. Data from: A new resource for the development of SSR markers: millions of loci from a thousand plant transcriptomes

2019. Hodel, Richard G., Gitzendanner, Matthew A., Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte C., Liu, Xiaoxian, Crowl, Andrew A., Sun, Miao, Landis, Jacob B., Segovia-Salcedo, Maria Claudia, Douglas, Norman A., Chen, Shichao, Soltis, Douglas E., Soltis, Pamela S., and Hodel, Richard G. J. Premise of the study: The One Thousand Plant Transcriptomes Project (1KP, 1000+ assembled plant transcriptomes) provides an enormous resource for d... Applications in Plant Sciences. University of Florida and Tongji University.

9. Data from: A newly identified left–right asymmetry in larval sea urchins

2019. Hodin, Jason, Lutek, Keegan, and Heyland, Andreas. Directional asymmetry (DA) in body form is a widespread phenomenon in animals and plants alike, and a functional understanding of such asymmetries ... Royal Society Open Science. University of Washington, University of Guelph, and University of Florida.

10. Data from: A novel molecular toolkit for rapid detection of the pathogen and primary vector of thousand cankers disease

2019. Oren, Emel, Klingeman, William, Gazis, Romina, Moulton, John, Lambdin, Paris, Coggeshall, Mark, Hulcr, Jiri, Seybold, Steven J., and Hadziabdic, Denita. Thousand Cankers Disease (TCD) of Juglans and Pterocarya (Juglandaceae) involves a fungal pathogen, Geosmithia morbida, and a primary insect vector... PLOS ONE. University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States Department of Agriculture, and University of Florida.