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From: Scent of a break-up: phylogeography and reproductive trait divergences in the red-tailed bumblebee (Bombus lapidarius)

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Distribution and phylogenetic relationship of B. lapidarius . A: Colour pattern distribution, all geographic zones are the B. lapidarius geographic area; B: Map of sampling, colour of points refers to geographic zones. C: Median-joining network of haplotypes based on COI, Cytb, EF1α, PEPCK and LWRh. Circle sizes are proportional to frequencies of haplotypes. Colours of haplotypes refer to geographic area (Figure 1B). Red points on lines, undetected/extinct intermediate haplotype states. Numbers on lines represent the number of mutation(s) between two close haplotypes. Black circles are outgroups. D: Neighbour-joining tree based the combined molecular data matrix (COI, Cytb, EF1α, PEPCK and LWRh), value above branches are Neighbour-joining bootstrap values (only values > 50 are shown)/ maximum likelihood bootstrap values (only values > 70 are shown)/Bayesian posterior probabilities (only values > 0.95 are shown). Colour labels of branches refer to geographic area (Figure 1B).

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