The University of Southampton
University of Southampton Institutional Repository
Warning ePrints Soton is experiencing an issue with some file downloads not being available. We are working hard to fix this. Please bear with us.

Phylogenomics of white-eyes, a ‘great speciator,’ reveals Indonesian archipelago as the center of lineage diversity

Phylogenomics of white-eyes, a ‘great speciator,’ reveals Indonesian archipelago as the center of lineage diversity
Phylogenomics of white-eyes, a ‘great speciator,’ reveals Indonesian archipelago as the center of lineage diversity
Archipelagoes serve as important ‘natural laboratories’ which facilitate the study of island radiations and contribute to the understanding of evolutionary processes. The white-eye genus Zosterops is a classical example of a ‘great speciator’, comprising c. 100 species from across the Old World, most of them insular. We achieved an extensive geographic DNA sampling of Zosterops by using historical specimens and recently collected samples. Using over 700 genome-wide loci in conjunction with coalescent species tree methods and gene flow detection approaches, we untangled the reticulated evolutionary history of Zosterops, which comprises three main clades centered in Indo-Africa, Asia, and Australasia, respectively. Genetic introgression between species permeates the Zosteropsphylogeny, regardless of how distantly related species are. Crucially, we identified the Indonesian archipelago, and specifically Borneo, as the major centre of diversity and the only area where all three main clades overlap, attesting to the evolutionary importance of this region.,Raw FASTQ files of target enriched samples are available on NCBI under BioProject no. PRJNA682287. Data uploaded: (1) supplementary material, (2) assembled loci, (3) gene trees, (4) abba baba output, and (5) PHRAPL output, (6) ND2 sequences. Please refer to README for more details.,
DRYAD
Gwee, Chyi Yin
2e9d3d0c-e797-44f3-82d9-a6cf9bf8356b
Garg, Kritika
be328e0d-f0d6-4059-a5bd-d1a7e62e0867
Chattopadhyay, Balaji
5622eae9-53a5-4ea1-8eae-649148f372ea
Sadanandan, Keren
7ea07e3c-0381-473b-901a-8e8d154db04b
Prawiradilaga, Dewi
1ebf420e-296b-4493-846c-c96a78342479
Irestedt, Martin
7b88c5a4-8db5-40e0-a3da-9e799bf5b9b3
Lei, Fu-Min
6e043dc2-6f2a-4c0e-9c0d-0c1dffcb4efb
Bloch, Luke
998c1e96-e00e-4f7f-8417-95c44a95dee1
Lee, Jessica
0c9ab325-5fa3-4155-b61e-11c82a9a4e82
Irham, Mohammad
b3a9ca48-9d58-41b5-8e24-3a1d47a24b1a
Haryoko, Tri
4b8231e3-bde7-4148-9673-50dd1fee3b5d
Soh, Malcolm
8ba01058-4cd7-44bc-ba79-44c8bae7ee3a
Peh, Kelvin
0bd60207-dad8-43fb-a84a-a15e09b024cc
Rowe, Karen
8eefc7d3-b020-4e3a-b74b-ba1a8d45f0a5
Ferasyi, Teuku
1d8cb594-f9bf-4643-94c6-581ffb7d58c5
Wu, Shaoyuan
a22ac0ea-82f7-4305-9aaa-8ea03c79609c
Wogan, Guinevere
4ad9eef3-f999-4df7-a2f1-07310f5db187
Bowie, Rauri
f1dd8aa9-71f5-4835-bcc2-2e9d2ebb3667
Rheindt, Frank
a8977c33-a4d2-4803-bf42-e81ee0974f89
Gwee, Chyi Yin
2e9d3d0c-e797-44f3-82d9-a6cf9bf8356b
Garg, Kritika
be328e0d-f0d6-4059-a5bd-d1a7e62e0867
Chattopadhyay, Balaji
5622eae9-53a5-4ea1-8eae-649148f372ea
Sadanandan, Keren
7ea07e3c-0381-473b-901a-8e8d154db04b
Prawiradilaga, Dewi
1ebf420e-296b-4493-846c-c96a78342479
Irestedt, Martin
7b88c5a4-8db5-40e0-a3da-9e799bf5b9b3
Lei, Fu-Min
6e043dc2-6f2a-4c0e-9c0d-0c1dffcb4efb
Bloch, Luke
998c1e96-e00e-4f7f-8417-95c44a95dee1
Lee, Jessica
0c9ab325-5fa3-4155-b61e-11c82a9a4e82
Irham, Mohammad
b3a9ca48-9d58-41b5-8e24-3a1d47a24b1a
Haryoko, Tri
4b8231e3-bde7-4148-9673-50dd1fee3b5d
Soh, Malcolm
8ba01058-4cd7-44bc-ba79-44c8bae7ee3a
Peh, Kelvin
0bd60207-dad8-43fb-a84a-a15e09b024cc
Rowe, Karen
8eefc7d3-b020-4e3a-b74b-ba1a8d45f0a5
Ferasyi, Teuku
1d8cb594-f9bf-4643-94c6-581ffb7d58c5
Wu, Shaoyuan
a22ac0ea-82f7-4305-9aaa-8ea03c79609c
Wogan, Guinevere
4ad9eef3-f999-4df7-a2f1-07310f5db187
Bowie, Rauri
f1dd8aa9-71f5-4835-bcc2-2e9d2ebb3667
Rheindt, Frank
a8977c33-a4d2-4803-bf42-e81ee0974f89

Gwee, Chyi Yin, Garg, Kritika, Chattopadhyay, Balaji, Sadanandan, Keren, Prawiradilaga, Dewi, Irestedt, Martin, Bloch, Luke, Lee, Jessica, Irham, Mohammad, Haryoko, Tri, Soh, Malcolm, Rowe, Karen, Ferasyi, Teuku, Wu, Shaoyuan, Wogan, Guinevere, Bowie, Rauri and Rheindt, Frank (2020) Phylogenomics of white-eyes, a ‘great speciator,’ reveals Indonesian archipelago as the center of lineage diversity. DRYAD doi:10.5061/dryad.8931zcrmt [Dataset]

Record type: Dataset

Abstract

Archipelagoes serve as important ‘natural laboratories’ which facilitate the study of island radiations and contribute to the understanding of evolutionary processes. The white-eye genus Zosterops is a classical example of a ‘great speciator’, comprising c. 100 species from across the Old World, most of them insular. We achieved an extensive geographic DNA sampling of Zosterops by using historical specimens and recently collected samples. Using over 700 genome-wide loci in conjunction with coalescent species tree methods and gene flow detection approaches, we untangled the reticulated evolutionary history of Zosterops, which comprises three main clades centered in Indo-Africa, Asia, and Australasia, respectively. Genetic introgression between species permeates the Zosteropsphylogeny, regardless of how distantly related species are. Crucially, we identified the Indonesian archipelago, and specifically Borneo, as the major centre of diversity and the only area where all three main clades overlap, attesting to the evolutionary importance of this region.,Raw FASTQ files of target enriched samples are available on NCBI under BioProject no. PRJNA682287. Data uploaded: (1) supplementary material, (2) assembled loci, (3) gene trees, (4) abba baba output, and (5) PHRAPL output, (6) ND2 sequences. Please refer to README for more details.,

This record has no associated files available for download.

More information

Published date: 1 January 2020

Identifiers

Local EPrints ID: 449260
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/449260
PURE UUID: f63cb6b2-92e0-4444-bd70-4150c383fc26
ORCID for Kelvin Peh: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2921-1341

Catalogue record

Date deposited: 20 May 2021 16:34
Last modified: 21 May 2021 01:44

Export record

Altmetrics

Contributors

Creator: Chyi Yin Gwee
Creator: Kritika Garg
Creator: Balaji Chattopadhyay
Creator: Keren Sadanandan
Creator: Dewi Prawiradilaga
Creator: Martin Irestedt
Contributor: Fu-Min Lei
Creator: Luke Bloch
Creator: Jessica Lee
Creator: Mohammad Irham
Creator: Tri Haryoko
Creator: Malcolm Soh
Contributor: Kelvin Peh ORCID iD
Creator: Karen Rowe
Creator: Teuku Ferasyi
Creator: Shaoyuan Wu
Creator: Guinevere Wogan
Creator: Rauri Bowie
Creator: Frank Rheindt

Download statistics

Downloads from ePrints over the past year. Other digital versions may also be available to download e.g. from the publisher's website.

View more statistics

Atom RSS 1.0 RSS 2.0

Contact ePrints Soton: eprints@soton.ac.uk

ePrints Soton supports OAI 2.0 with a base URL of http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/cgi/oai2

This repository has been built using EPrints software, developed at the University of Southampton, but available to everyone to use.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive cookies on the University of Southampton website.

×