Putative gene duplication events in the T. dalmanni lineage. A) cdc2, B) CG10907, C) CG16886, D) CG31075, E) CG31917, F) CG6769, G) CG7214, H) CG7713, I) crooked legs, J) Cuticular protein 35B, K) Decondensation factor 31, L) Hemomucin, M) Leucine-rich repeat 47, N) Minute (2) 21AB, O) nicotinic acetylcholine receptor beta 21C, P) quaking related 58E-3, Q) Ribonuclear protein at 97D, R) alan shepard, S) suppressor of Hairy wing, T) Suppressor of variegation 205. Consensus sequences (conseqs) from different clusters were categorized as paralogous copies of the same gene if the amino acid divergence between the T. dalmanni conseqs was greater than 10% and if all conseqs and the top hit gene from Drosophila melanogaster are monophyletic relative to the Anopheles and Apis proteins and other D. melanogaster genes. The species included in the phylogenetic analysis are Anopheles gambiae (Ag), Apis mellifera (Am), Drosophila ananassae (Da), Drosophila erecta (De), Drosophila melanogaster (Dm), Drosophila pseudoobscura (Dp), and Teleopsis dalmanni (Td). The seven-digit number associated with the T. dalmanni clades is the cluster reference number. The scale bar is equivalent to 0.1.