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Table 2 Confidence of phylogenetic tree selection using the Approximately Unbiased and Shimodaira-Hasegawa tests

From: A curious coincidence: mosquito biodiversity and the limits of the Japanese encephalitis virus in Australasia

   Subset 1 Subset 2 Subset 3
Tree constraint No. Obs. AU-test SH-test Obs. AU-test SH-test Obs. AU-test SH-test
Unconstrained best -0.7 0.805 0.958 -1.4 0.887 0.974 -1.3 0.950 0.969
(pal N-AUS, pal S-AUS) I 2.2 0.145 0.721 1.7 0.199 0.646 2.2 0.329 0.682
(pal N-AUS, pal PNG) II 1.4 0.440 0.723 1.4 0.411 0.668 2.2 0.331 0.682
(ann S-AUS, ann AUS) III 14.1 0.013* 0.043* 13.1 0.003* 0.035* 10.7 0.074 0.103
(ann PNG-1, ann PNG-2) IV 17.9 0.003* 0.027* 14.7 0.002* 0.029* 11.9 0.030* 0.064
[(pal, ann) ann SI] V 0.7 0.526 0.831 2.1 0.220 0.668 1.3 0.131 0.758
(pal, ann SI) VI 3.2 0.104 0.547 2.2 0.210 0.595 2.2 0.330 0.593
[ann SI,(ann*)] VII 2.4 0.224 0.637 1.5 0.317 0.717 1.4 0.269 0.696
  1. Approximately Unbiased (AU) and Shimodaira-Hasegawa (SH) tests performed using CONSEL 0.1h. Obs. – test statistics; * P-value < 0.05, suggests that the constraints are significantly different – rejected; pal – pal PNG, pal N-AUS, pal S-AUS; ann – ann S-AUS, ann PNG-1, ann PNG-2, ann AUS. Abbreviations: ann – Culex annulirostris, pal – Culex palpalis; for lineage description refer to Figure 2 and 4.