Maximum clade credibility tree of NDul
datasetposted on 24.11.2019 by Bianca Saladin, Andrew B. Leslie, Rafael O. Wueest, Glenn Litsios, Elena Conti, Nicolas Salamin, Niklaus E. Zimmermann
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This is the inferred maximum clade credibility tree based on common ancestor tree heights. The tree summarizes the 1401 randomly subsampled trees of the node dating analysis using 15 fossils (based on an uniform density prior), resulting from the beast2 analysis using the NDul.xml input-file.