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Figure 2 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

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From: High genetic diversity at the regional scale and possible speciation in Sebacina epigaea and S. incrustans

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Phylogenetic placement of the newly generated Sebacina epigaea and S. incrustans ITS rDNA sequences. Ingroup includes our own Sebacina sequences (one per haplotype, marked with a star), those ITS sequences obtained from basidiomata of Sebacina (blue printed) and ectomycorrhizae of European trees available at GenBank and UNITE databases. Tree topology was computed from 1000 runs and was midpoint rooted. Bootstrap supports (>50%) are shown for each node. eL = S. epigaea lineage, H = haplotype, iL = S. incrustans lineage.

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