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From: Genetic structure and bio-climatic modeling support allopatric over parapatric speciation along a latitudinal gradient

Figure 2

Modelled bio-climatic distribution of four Telopea species (LGM and current) and measured population-level diversity (chloroplast and nuclear). Maxent modeled bio-climatic distribution for each Telopea species for the LGM (21 ka) and current (pre-industrial) time frames (showing only model run 3b being all records projected only onto soils suitable for Telopea), showing population-level nSSR and cpSSR (colour-coded haplotypes) data for each of the sampled populations. The nSSR pie charts partition mean individual-level assignment value to a species (based on the Bayesian clustering approach implemented in STRUCTURE, at K = 6). The chloroplast network is shown in (a), and the model probability (likelihood occurrence of suitable habitat) is in a gray scale from 0 (absent) to1 (certain presence) in (b). a) T. aspera, LGM habitat and cpSSR; b) T. aspera, current habitat and nSSR; c) T. speciosissima, LGM habitat and cpSSR; d) T. speciosissima, current habitat and nSSR; e) T. mongaensis, LGM habitat and cpSSR; f) T. mongaensis, current habitat and nSSR; g) T. oreades, LGM habitat and cpSSR; h) T. oreades, current habitat and nSSR.

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