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From: Analyses of amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLP) indicate rapid radiation of Diospyros species (Ebenaceae) endemic to New Caledonia

Figure 2

Phylogenetic dendrograms inferred from the data collected in this study. Each species is shown in a different colour. Colours were selected randomly and do not indicate any grouping. A: Neighbour joining dendrogram based on Dice distances. Black dots indicate nodes with > 80% bootstrap support. B: Bayesian maximum clade credibility dendrogram. Black dots indicate nodes with > 0.95 Bayesian posterior probability. Picture credits: D. calciphila: H. Benoît, http://www.endemia.nc; D. cherrieri: C. Chambrey; D. erudita, D. pancheri, D. pustulata, D. umbrosa, D. vieillardii: D. & I. Létocart, http://www.endemia.nc; D. flavocarpa, D. minimifolia, D. revolutissima, D. sp. Pic N’ga: J. Munzinger; D. glans, D. parviflora: J.-L. Ruiz, http://www.endemia.nc; D. impolita: J. Barrault, http://www.endemia.nc; D. labillardierei: B. Turner; D. perplexa, D. yahouensis: V. Hequet; D. veillonii: R. Amice, http://www.endemia.nc.

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