Extended Data Fig. 4: Patterns of diversification-rate-variation in nuclear time-calibrated phylogenies inferred with smoothing values that differ from the optimum. | Nature Plants

Extended Data Fig. 4: Patterns of diversification-rate-variation in nuclear time-calibrated phylogenies inferred with smoothing values that differ from the optimum.

From: A taxonomic monograph of Ipomoea integrated across phylogenetic scales

Extended Data Fig. 4

The coloured tree in each sub-figure represents the pattern of diversification-rate-variation with the highest posterior probability and the posterior probability is shown in the top left corner of each sub-figure. If present, alternative patterns of diversification-rate-variation that have a posterior probability of greater than 0.05 are indicated with coloured arrows, with the position of the arrow indicating the position of the diversification rate shift. Arrows with the same colour indicate a single set of diversification rate shifts that have a specific posterior probability (indicated next to one arrow for each colour). a) A single rate shift at the origin of the diverse South America and Central American clades has a posterior probability of 0.98. b) A single rate shift at the origin of the diverse South America and Central American clades has a posterior probability of 0.98. c) A single rate shift at the origin of the diverse South America and Central American clades has a posterior probability of 0.98.

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