Shared and specific gene content of 6 L. pneumophila genomes. Each petal represents a genome with an associated color. The number in the center of the diagram represents the orthologous genes shared by all the genomes. The number inside of each individual petal corresponds to the specific genes of each genome with non-orthologous genes in any of the other genomes. The small circles inside of each petal represent the percentage of shared genes (total number divided by the number of genes in the smallest genome) between the genome of this petal and the genome represented by the color of the small circle. Yellow circle inside orange petal means that there are 88% of genes shared among Corby and Lorraine.