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Figure 3

From: Evolutionary factors affecting Lactate dehydrogenase A and B variation in the Daphnia pulexspecies complex

Figure 3

Bayesian phylogeny of (a) Ldh A and (b) Ldh B gene sequences from 85 isolates in the Daphnia pulex species complex. The trees are rooted through Daphnia obtusa. Species codes are given in Figure 2 except that North American D. pulicaria isolates have been shortened to "C" and North American D. pulex isolates have been shortened to "X". Hybrids between these two species are designated "CX". Isolates within groups are numbered and alleles within heterozygotes are designated "a" and "b". The 2-letter province or state code is appended to C, X and CX isolates. Allele groups in D. pulicaria (C) and D. pulex (X) that were used in the nucleotide diversity analyses are boxed. The R box indicates recombinant LdhA alleles (see text). Isolates that reproduce by obligate parthenogenesis are indicated with asterisks (*)

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