journal contributionposted on 30.07.2019 by Daniel MacGuigan, Thomas Near
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Figure A3. Primary concordance tree. Species sampled for each clade are indicated below the clade names. Nodes are labeled with concordance factors, 95% CI in parentheses. Dotted lines indicate conflicting topologies with concordance factor 95% CIs that overlap with the concordance factor 95% CI of a bipartition in the primary concordance tree.