Figure 3.

RAxML phylogenetic tree for all concatenated nuclear markers, namely ACM4, MC1R, PDC, and RAG2. Maximum likelihood bootstrap scores are represented over key nodes, and the star symbol corresponds to Bayesian posterior probabilities higher than 95%. The black arrows correspond to incongruences between both phylogenetic methods, with DB311 appearing as sister taxon to Clades II and III (with 67% of posterior probability), and T. annularis and T. ephippiata (without T. chazaliae) with a basal position in the phylogeny, according to Bayesian Inference. According to the BI method, T. chazaliae is separated from the remaining Tarentola with a 64% of posterior probability.

Rato et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:14   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-14
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