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Little ecological divergence associated with speciation in two African rain forest tree genera

Thomas LP Couvreur1*, Holly Porter-Morgan23, Jan J Wieringa4 and Lars W Chatrou5

Author Affiliations

1 Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), UMR DIA-DE, DYNADIV researche group, 911, avenue Agropolis, BP 64501, F-34394 Montpellier cedex 5, France

2 The New York Botanical Garden, 200th St. and Kazimiroff Blvd, Bronx, NY 10458-5126, USA

3 LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York, 3110 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY, USA

4 Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis (section NHN), Wageningen branch, and Wageningen University, Biosystematics group, Generaal Foulkesweg 37, 6703 BL Wageningen, The Netherlands

5 Wageningen University, Biosystematics group, Droevendaalsesteeg 1, 6708 PB Wageningen, The Netherlands

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BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011, 11:296  doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-296

Published: 11 October 2011

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Variation of bioclim variables BC1-6 for Isolona. Indicates the variation of bioclim variables BC1 to 6 for all sampled species in Isolona. West/Central African species: 1: Isolona congolana; 2: I. hexaloba; 3: I. pleurocarpa; 4: I. zenkeri; 5: I. campanulata; 6: I. cooperi; 7: I. dewevrei; 8: I. thonneri; 9: I. cauliflora. East African species: 10: I. heinsenii; 11: I. linearis. Malagasy species: 12: I. capuroni; 13: I. ghesquierei; 14: I. perrierii.

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Variation of bioclim variables BC7-12 for Isolona. Indicates the variation of bioclim variables BC7 to 12 for all sampled species in Isolona. West/Central African species: 1: Isolona congolana; 2: I. hexaloba; 3: I. pleurocarpa; 4: I. zenkeri; 5: I. campanulata; 6: I. cooperi; 7: I. dewevrei; 8: I. thonneri; 9: I. cauliflora. East African species: 10: I. heinsenii; 11: I. linearis. Malagasy species: 12: I. capuroni; 13: I. ghesquierei; 14: I. perrierii.

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Variation of bioclim variables BC13-18 for Isolona. Indicates the variation of bioclim variables BC7 to 12 for all sampled species in Isolona. West/Central African species: 1: Isolona congolana; 2: I. hexaloba; 3: I. pleurocarpa; 4: I. zenkeri; 5: I. campanulata; 6: I. cooperi; 7: I. dewevrei; 8: I. thonneri; 9: I. cauliflora. East African species: 10: I. heinsenii; 11: I. linearis. Malagasy species: 12: I. capuroni; 13: I. ghesquierei; 14: I. perrierii.

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Variation of bioclim variable BC19 for Isolona. Indicates the variation of bioclim variable BC19 for all sampled species in Isolona. West/Central African species: 1: Isolona congolana; 2: I. hexaloba; 3: I. pleurocarpa; 4: I. zenkeri; 5: I. campanulata; 6: I. cooperi; 7: I. dewevrei; 8: I. thonneri; 9: I. cauliflora. East African species: 10: I. heinsenii; 11: I. linearis. Malagasy species: 12: I. capuroni; 13: I. ghesquierei; 14: I. perrierii.

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Variation of bioclim variables BC1-6 for Monodora. Indicates the variation of bioclim variables BC1 to 6 for all sampled species in Monodora. West/Central African species 1: Monodora angolensis 2: M. crispata, 3: M. laurentii, 4: M. myristica, 5: M. tenuifolia, 6: M. undulata. East African species: 7: M. carolinae, 8: M. globiflora, 9: M. grandidieri, 10: M. hastipetala, 11: M. junodii, 12: M. minor, 13: M. stenopetala.

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Variation of bioclim variables BC7-12 for Monodora. Indicates the variation of bioclim variables BC7 to 12 for all sampled species in Monodora. West/Central African species 1: Monodora angolensis 2: M. crispata, 3: M. laurentii, 4: M. myristica, 5: M. tenuifolia, 6: M. undulata. East African species: 7: M. carolinae, 8: M. globiflora, 9: M. grandidieri, 10: M. hastipetala, 11: M. junodii, 12: M. minor, 13: M. stenopetala.

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Variation of bioclim variables BC13-18 for Monodora. Indicates the variation of bioclim variables BC7 to 12 for all sampled species in Monodora. West/Central African species 1: Monodora angolensis 2: M. crispata, 3: M. laurentii, 4: M. myristica, 5: M. tenuifolia, 6: M. undulata. East African species: 7: M. carolinae, 8: M. globiflora, 9: M. grandidieri, 10: M. hastipetala, 11: M. junodii, 12: M. minor, 13: M. stenopetala.

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Variation of bioclim variable BC19 for Monodora. Indicates the variation of bioclim variable BC19 for all sampled species in Monodora. West/Central African species 1: Monodora angolensis 2: M. crispata, 3: M. laurentii, 4: M. myristica, 5: M. tenuifolia, 6: M. undulata. East African species: 7: M. carolinae, 8: M. globiflora, 9: M. grandidieri, 10: M. hastipetala, 11: M. junodii, 12: M. minor, 13: M. stenopetala.

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Species values. Indicates the number of unique data points as well as several ENM parameters for each species sampled in the molecular phylogeny used to generate the ENM. Bold values indicate species for which there were fewer than 8 unique data points.

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Potential distribution of Isolona species. Shows the rest of the models generated for Isolona species.

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Potential distribution of Monodora species. Shows the rest of the models generated for Monodora species.

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Potential distribution of the two last Monodora and Isolona species. Shows the rest of the models generated for Monodora and Isolona species.

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Distribution of species in Isolona. Shows the geographical location of all data points for each species used in this study.

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Distribution of species in Isolona. Shows the geographical location of all data points for each species used in this study.

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Distribution of species in Isolona (continue from sup file 1) and Monodora. Shows the geographical location of all data points for each species used in this study.

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Distribution of species in Monodora (continue from sup file 2). Shows the geographical location of all data points for each species used in this study.

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Distribution of species in Monodora (continue from sup file 3). Shows the geographical location of all data points for each species used in this study.

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Distribution of species in Monodora (continue from sup file 4). Shows the geographical location of all data points for each species used in this study.

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