Fig. 1: Phylogenetic, genomic and proteomic comparisons of 20 insect species. | Nature Ecology & Evolution

Fig. 1: Phylogenetic, genomic and proteomic comparisons of 20 insect species.

From: Hemimetabolous genomes reveal molecular basis of termite eusociality

Fig. 1

From left to right: a phylogenetic tree of 20 insect species with Strigamia maritima (centipede) as the outgroup (species of newly sequenced genomes presented in this study are underlined); level of eusociality (one red insect: simple eusociality; two red insects: advanced eusociality; black fly: non-eusocial); fractions of repetitive content (yellow) within genomes of selected species (for sources, see Supplementary Information); proportions of species-specific gene family expansions (green), contractions (red) and stable gene families (black), the size of the pies represents the relative size of the gene family change (based on total numbers); a bar chart showing protein orthology across taxonomic groups within each genome. Ma, million years ago. Smar, Strigamia maritima; Edan, Ephemera danica; Rpro, Rhodnius prolixus; Nvit, Nasonia vitripennis; Amel, Apis mellifera; Pcan, Polistes canadensis; Hsal, Harpegnathos saltator; Lhum, Linepithema humile; Cflo, Camponotus floridanus; Pbar, Pogonomyrmex barbatus; Sinv, Solenopsis invicta; Aech, Acromyrmex echinatior; Acep, Atta cephalotes; Tcas, Tribolium castaneum; Aaeg, Aedes aegypti; Dmel, Drosophila melanogaster; Lmig, Locusta migratoria; Bger, Blattella germanica; Znev, Zootermopsis nevadensis; Csec, Cryptotermes secundus; Mnat, Macrotermes natalensis.