Figure 6.

Nuclear tree of haplorrhine genera. Maximum-clade-credibility tree of Haplorrhini, inferred from a genus-level nuclear DNA supermatrix using the Bayesian phylogenetic software BEAST. Nodes are labelled with a/b, where a represents the Bayesian posterior probability expressed as a percentage and b represents the percentage of 1,000 maximum-likelihood bootstrap replicates that support the node. Asterisks indicate 100% support; nodes with 100% support in both Bayesian and maximum-likelihood frameworks are labelled with single asterisks. The tree is drawn to an arbitrary timescale, obtained using a fixed substitution rate of 1.0 substitution/site/time-unit. Node heights represent mean posterior estimates.

Chatterjee et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2009 9:259   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-9-259
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