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Fig. 4 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 4

From: Skipper genome sheds light on unique phenotypic traits and phylogeny

Fig. 4

Phylogenetic trees of the butterflies based on whole-genome data. a Majority-rule consensus tree of the maximal likelihood trees constructed by RAxML on 1000 random samples from the concatenated alignment of universal single-copy orthologs. b Neighbor-joining tree based on the frequency of gene rearrangement events between species. c Consensus tree of the better-supported trees inferred from PhyloBayes analyses on 1000 random samples from the concatenated alignment of universal single-copy orthologs. The tree topology was constrained to either of the two reported topologies: (((((Mci, Hme), Dpl), Lac), Pgl), Bmo, Pxy) or (((((Mci, Hme), Dpl), Pgl), Lac), Bmo, Pxy). d Phylogenetic tree using the gene-rearrangement data inferred by PhyloBayes with CAT model

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