Data from: Evolutionary History and Taxonomy of the Euphorbia polycarpa Complex (Euphorbia subg. Chamaesyce sect. Anisophyllum, Euphorbiaceae)

Maya-Lastra CA, Porter JM, Steinmann VW

Date Published: May 26, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hj1p1

 

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Description NEXUS file for ITS matrix aligned.
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Description NEXUS file for psbA-trnH data aligned
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Description FIG. S1. Phylogenetic reconstruction using the majority rule consensus from Bayesian analyses of the nuclear region ITS and chloroplast region psbA-trnH concatenated. Numbers above the branches are Bayesian posterior probabilities (PP).
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Description FIG. S2. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Leaves of two different sizes”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S3. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Leaves of two different sizes”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S4. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Leaf shape”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S5. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Leaf shape”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Title Figure S6
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Description FIG. S6. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Stipule shape”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S7. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Stipule shape”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S8. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Glandular tricomes on the peduncle”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Title Figure S9
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Description FIG. S9. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Glandular tricomes on the peduncle”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S10. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Pubescence on vegetative parts”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S11. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Pubescence on vegetative parts”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S12. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Appendage margin”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Title Figure S13
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Description FIG. S13. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Appendage margin”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Title Figure S14
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Description FIG. S14. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Zigzag steams”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S15. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Zigzag steams”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S16. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Appendages long (mm)”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S17. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Appendages long (mm)”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S18. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Relation between the width of the appendage and width of the gland”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Title Figure S19
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Description FIG. S19. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Relation between the width of the appendage and width of the gland”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Description FIG. S20. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Sonoran biome and adjacent areas”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on psbA-trnH. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Title Figure S21
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Description FIG. S21. Ancestral state reconstruction for the character: “Sonoran biome and adjacent areas”, on the phylogenetic hypothesis based on ITS. Circles denote the state and circles in the nodes show the proportional likelihood visually.
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Maya-Lastra CA, Porter JM, Steinmann VW (2017) Evolutionary History and Taxonomy of the Euphorbia polycarpa Complex (Euphorbia subg. Chamaesyce sect. Anisophyllum, Euphorbiaceae). Systematic Botany 42(2): 257-270. http://dx.doi.org/10.1600/036364417X695565

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Maya-Lastra CA, Porter JM, Steinmann VW (2017) Data from: Evolutionary History and Taxonomy of the Euphorbia polycarpa Complex (Euphorbia subg. Chamaesyce sect. Anisophyllum, Euphorbiaceae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hj1p1
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