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Fig. 3 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 3

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

Fig. 3

Comparison of phylogenies of Wolbachia their lepidopteran hosts. a ML tree based on the concatenated data of the five Wolbachia MLST loci. The tree was rooted with three strains from Supergroups C, D and F. ML bootstrap values ≥50 % shown on branches. b Phylogeny of Lepidoptera according to Regier et al. [59]. Colors correspond to Lepidoptera family names. Grey indicates a strain that is inter-familial or inter-ordinal

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