Neighbor-joining phylogram of 176 lemurs sequenced for a D-loop and ND4 fragment of the mtDNA genome. Clades containing animals with identical haplotypes were lumped together into one branch, providing the number of united individuals behind the taxon name. The two haplotypes of E. mongoz and E. fulvus, which were also found in the other species, are marked with an asterisk (*). Bootstrap values obtained with neighbor-joining (above nodes) and maximum parsimony (below nodes) analyses are provided at relevant branches. "ns" means that the maximum parsimony tree topology did not show that node.
Pastorini et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2009 9:32 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-9-32