Table 2

Estimation of coalescence times

Clade

Coalescence Model

Cox1

Arthropod fixed 2.3%

Coalescence Model

Cox1

Crustacean 1.4-2.6%

Yule Model

Mit. Combined

Arthropod fixed 2.3%


Node A

1.37 (0.64-2.18)

1.57 (0.76-2.48)

1.83 (1.24-2.48)

Node B

2.33 (1.44-3.19)

2.66 (1.68-3.70)

2.31 (1.78-2.83)

Node C

0.17 (0.05-0.32)

0.19 (0.05-0.36)

0.11 (0.02-0.22)

Node D

2.07 (1.04-3.08)

2.35 (1.14-3.49)

2.11 (1.47-2.77)

Node E

2.04 (1.24-2.83)

2.36 (1.46-3.27)

2.26 (1.68-2.88)

Node B1

1.14 (0.68-1.62)

1.30 (0.76-1.84)

1.17 (0.83-1.54)

Node B2

1.05 (0.59-1.56)

1.21 (0.68-1.22)

1.07 (0.74-1.41)

Tree root

5.38 (3.45-7.46)

6.22 (4.10-8.70)

5.83 (4.46-7.09)


Age of the major clades shown in Figure 3, estimated using a Bayesian non-correlated relaxed molecular clock assuming a Yule tree prior, or a coalescent constant population size model and alternative calibration rates. Mean and 95% HPD values are given in million years.

BauzĂ -Ribot et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:221   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-221

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