Additional file 2 of Mitogenomic phylogeny of Callithrix with special focus on human transferred taxa

  • Anne Stone (Contributor)
  • Claudia S. Igayara (Contributor)
  • Dietmar Zinner (Contributor)
  • Patricia A. Nicola (Contributor)
  • Reed Cartwright (Contributor)
  • Silvia B. Moreira (Contributor)
  • Christian Roos (Contributor)
  • Carlos R. Ruiz-Miranda (Contributor)
  • Alcides Pissinatti (Contributor)
  • Angela Noll (Contributor)
  • Joanna Malukiewicz (Contributor)
  • Luiz Cezar M Pereira (Contributor)
  • Jorge A. Dergam (Contributor)
  • Daniel L. Silva (Contributor)
  • Marcello Passamani (Contributor)
  • Camila V. Molina (Contributor)
  • Nelson H.A. Curi (Contributor)

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Additional file 2: Figure S1. Maximum-likelihood (ML) tree showing phylogenetic relationships among Callithrix haplotypes as calculated from mitogenome sequences. Numbers at nodes indicate bootstrap support for a given node, otherwise node bootstrap support was 100%. Haplotype colors at tips correspond to the ‘Species and Hybrid Phenotypes’ legend, and indicate phenotypes associated with each given haplotype. Figure S2. Bayesian tree showing phylogenetic relationships among Callithrix species and hybrid haplotypes from mitogeomes sequences. Numbers at nodes indicate posterior probability for a given node, otherwise node posterior probability was 1. Haplotype colors at tips correspond to the ‘Species and Hybrid Phenotypes’ legend, and indicate phenotypes associated with each given haplotype. Figure S3. BEAST tree showing phylogenetic relationships and divergence ages in million years (Ma) among Callithrix haplotypes and other New World primates as calculated from mitogeome sequences. Major nodes are identified by capital letters, and blue bars at all nodes indicate 95% highest posterior densities (HPD) of divergence times. Haplotype colors at tips correspond to the ‘Species and Hybrid Phenotypes’ legend, and indicate phenotypes associated with each given haplotype.
Date made availableJan 1 2021
Publisherfigshare Academic Research System

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