Phylogenomics of the genus Tursiops and closely related Delphininae reveals extensive reticulation among lineages and provides inference about eco-evolutionary drivers

Andre E. Moura*, Kypher Shreves, Małgorzata Pilot, Kimberly R. Andrews, Daniel M. Moore, Takushi Kishida, Luciana Möller, Ada Natoli, Stefania Gaspari, Michael McGowen, Ing Chen, Howard Gray, Mauvis Gore, Ross M. Culloch, Muhammad S. Kiani, Maia Sarrouf Willson, Asma Bulushi, Tim Collins, Robert Baldwin, Andrew WillsonGianna Minton, Louisa Ponnampalam, A. Rus Hoelzel

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