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Fig. 2 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 2

From: Evidence for common horizontal transmission of Wolbachia among butterflies and moths

Fig. 2

Statistical parsimony genetic network analysis (95 % confidence limit) showing genealogical relationships of Wolbachia strains in Lepidoptera. a Genetic network of Wolbachia Supergroup B strains in Lepidoptera. b Genetic network of Wolbachia Supergroup A strains in Lepidoptera. For (a and b), letters in green at the top of each strain name indicate known phenotypes for that strain; CI = Cytoplasmic Incompatibility, FI = Feminization Induction, MK = Male Killing. Grey indicates a strain that is inter-specific, inter-generic, inter-familial, or inter-ordinal. “Un” is used for unknown geographical locations

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