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From: Evolution and loss of long-fringed petals: a case study using a dated phylogeny of the snake gourds, Trichosanthes(Cucurbitaceae)

Figure 2

Bayesian consensus tree with posterior probabilities (>0.80) and maximum likelihood bootstrap values (>60%) shown at the nodes. Photos on the right illustrate the floral morphology of the different sections and belong to the following species: A) Gymnopetalum chinense ; B) Trichosanthes odontosperma ; C) Trichosanthes montana ssp. crassipes ; D) Trichosanthes pubera ssp. rubriflos ; E) Gymnopetalum tubiflorum ; F) Trichosanthes beccariana ; G) Trichosanthes subvelutina ; H) Trichosanthes postarii ; I) Trichosanthes villosa . Pictures courtesy of W. J. de Wilde and B. Duyfjes (A, C, D, F, H, I), W. E. Cooper (B), N. Filipowicz (E), H. Nicholson (G), and P. Brownless (J). Inferred losses of petal fringes are marked by an asterisk.

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