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Figure 3 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: Non-monophyly and intricate morphological evolution within the avian family Cettiidae revealed by multilocus analysis of a taxonomically densely sampled dataset

Figure 3

Phylogeny of Cettiidae based on species tree analysis. Majority rule (50%) consensus tree, based on nuclear ODC, myoglobin and GAPDH and mitochondrial cytochrome b, inferred by *BEAST. All available sequences were included; individuals traditionally classified as the same subspecies were grouped a priori, but were not predefined as belonging to the same species; all loci had independent substitution models; and a relaxed clock prior was applied ("Subspecies jModelTest relaxed"). Generic affinity according to traditional taxonomy [12] is indicated by different colour shadings. Labelled bars denote clades discussed in text. The three species for which only cytochrome b is available are in red. Values in parentheses after names are the number of individuals included. Posterior probabilities (PPs) are indicated at the nodes; * means PP 1.00; PPs < 0.95 are in grey font; PPs in parentheses are from an analysis where subspecies of a species were predefined as being conspecific, all else being equal ("jModelTest relaxed"), when PPs deviate by > 0.10.

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