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Table 3 Summary of BAMM analyses to test for evidence for of shifts in diversification rate within Dasyuromorphia

From: Total evidence phylogeny and evolutionary timescale for Australian faunivorous marsupials (Dasyuromorphia)

Analysis Clade Number of rate shift configurations within 95% credible set (and number of distinct shifts within each configuration) Location of shift (and posterior probability)
NodeCalib1 Dasyuromorphia 2 (0, 1) No shifts (PP = 0.78)
Dasyuridae (PP = 0.19)
Dasyuridae 1 (0) No shifts (PP = 1.00)
NodeCalib2 Dasyuromorphia 2 (0, 1) No shifts (PP = 0.78)
Dasyuridae (PP = 0.18)
Dasyuridae 1 (0) No shifts (PP = 1.00)
TipCalib1 Dasyuromorphia 2 (0, 1) No shifts (PP = 0.77)
Dasyuridae (PP = 0.23)
Dasyuridae 1 (0) No shifts (PP = 1.00)
TipCalib2 Dasyuromorphia 2 (0, 1) No shifts (PP = 0.85)
Dasyuridae (PP = 0.15)
Dasyuridae 1 (0) No shifts (PP = 1.00)
TipNodeCalib1 Dasyuromorphia 2 (0, 1) No shifts (PP = 0.86)
Dasyuridae (PP = 0.12)
Dasyuridae 1 (0) No shifts (PP = 1.00)
TipNodeCalib2 Dasyuromorphia 2 (0, 1) No shifts (PP = 0.86)
Dasyuridae (PP = 0.12)
Dasyuridae 1 (0) No shifts (PP = 1.00)
  1. MCC trees from each of our six dating analyses were tested, pruning the taxa to either modern dasyuromorphians only (“Dasyuromorphia”) or to modern dasyurids only (“Dasyuridae”), and correcting for the incomplete sampling of dasyurid species. BAMM analyses were run for 10 million generations, sampling every 2000 generations, with the first 10% discarded as burn-in