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posted on 12.04.2019, 03:30 by Daniel Portik, Rayna Bell, David Blackburn, Aaron Bauer, Christopher Barratt, William Branch, Marius Burger, Alan Channing, Timothy Colston, Werner Conradie, J Maximilian Dehling, Robert ewes, Raffael Ernst, Eli Greenbaum, Václav Gvoždík, James Harvey, Annika Hillers, Mareike Hirschfeld, Gregory Jongsma, Jos Kielgast, Marcel Kouete, Lucinda Lawson, Adam Leache, Simon Loader, Stefan Lötters, Arie van der Meijden, Michele Menegon, Susanne Müller, Zoltán Nagy, Caleb Ofori-Boateng, Annemarie Ohler, Theodore Papenfuss, Daniela Rößler, Ulrich Sinsch, Mark-Oliver Rödel, Michael Veith, Jens Vindum, Ange-Ghislain Zassi-Boulou, Jimmy McGuire
Figure S4. An illustration of transitions to secondary monochromatism inferred using Bayesian ancestral character reconstruction with the Mk2 and strict clock models. Large nodes outlined with red represent inferred transitions to monochromatism from a dichromatic ancestor. States at nodes and tips are colored with monochromatism in yellow and dichromatism in blue.

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