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Fig. 5 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 5

From: Multiple convergent events created a nominal widespread species: Triplophysa stoliczkae (Steindachner, 1866) (Cobitoidea: Nemacheilidae)

Fig. 5

Phylomorphospace plot of Triplophysa, superimposing the branching patterns of the phylogeny (black lines) onto the first two PC axes. Each dot represents a species phenotypic value (rose red and gray) or a hypothesized ancestral phenotype (black). Rose-red dots denote T. stoliczkae-1 to T. stoliczkae-4 and gray dots indicate other Triplophysa species. Scrape-feeding species are highlighted with a dotted circle

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