Figure 1.

Bayesian phylogram derived from the combined COI and ATP6 data sets. Support is indicated on the nodes, i.e., bootstrap values for maximum parsimony (brown) and maximum likelihood (red) and Bayesian posterior probability (black) (only bootstrap values above 50% and posterior probabilities above 90% are shown). The scale bar indicates substitutions per site. Haplotypes of the Lysiphlebus fabarum group parasitoids are coded as numbers on the tips of each branch. Reproductive modes associated with individual haplotypes are indicated as follows: purely sexual, white numbers on black; purely asexual, black numbers on white; both reproductive modes, black numbers on grey. Morphotypes (see Table 1) are represented as follows: circles, Lfa; triangles, Lco; squares, Lca. Different colours correspond to diverse host origins as follows: Aphis fabae fabae (green), A. f. cirsiacanthoidis (dark blue), A. urticata (yellow), A. hederae (purple), A. ruborum (red), A. farinosa (orange), Aphis sp. (light blue) and Brachycaudus cardui (white). Records for diverse locations (see Table 2) indicate geographic ranges of individual haplotypes. The number of unique microsatellite multilocus genotypes of asexual lineages is indicated for corresponding haplotypes. Details concerning outgroup taxa see Table S1 [see Additional file 3].

Sandrock et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:348   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-348
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