Papers that have used FrogCap:

Chan K.O., Hutter C.R., Wood P.L., Su Y.C., & Brown R.M. (2021). Gene flow increases phylogenetic structure and inflates cryptic species estimations: A case study on widespread Philippine puddle frogs (Occidozyga laevis). Systematic Biology, syab034.

Chan K.O., Hutter C.R., Wood Jr P.L., Grismer L.L., & Brown R.M. (2020). Target-capture phylogenomics provide insights on gene and species tree discordances in Old World treefrogs (Anura: Rhacophoridae). Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287(1940), 20202102.

Rasolonjatovo S.M., Scherz M.D., Hutter C.R., Glaw F., Rakotoarison A., Razafindraibe J.H., Goodman S.M., Raselimanana A.P. and Vences M. (2020). Sympatric lineages in the Mantidactylus ambreensis complex of Malagasy frogs originated allopatrically rather than by in-situ speciation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 144, 106700.

Chan K.O., Hutter C.R., Wood Jr P.L., Grismer L.L., & Brown R.M. (2020). Larger, unfiltered datasets are more effective at resolving phylogenetic conflict: Introns, exons, and UCEs resolve ambiguities in Golden-backed frogs (Anura: Ranidae; genus Hylarana). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 151, 106899.

Chan K.O., Hutter C.R., Wood Jr P.L., Grismer L.L., Das I., & Brown R.M. (2020). Gene flow creates a mirage of cryptic species in a Southeast Asian spotted stream frog complex. Molecular Ecology, 29(20), 3970-3987.

Hutter C.R., Cobb K.A., Portik D., Travers S., Wood Jr. P.L., and Brown R.M. (2019). FrogCap: A modular sequence capture probe set for phylogenomics and population genetics for Anurans, assessed across multiple phylogenetic scales. bioRxiv 825307. doi: