ORIGIN AND DIVERSIFICATION OF THE CALIFORNIA FLORA: RE-EXAMINING CLASSIC HYPOTHESES WITH MOLECULAR PHYLOGENIES
Version of Record online: 7 JAN 2013
© 2013 The Author(s). Evolution© 2013 The Society for the Study of Evolution.
Volume 67, Issue 4, pages 1041–1054, April 2013
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Lancaster, L. T. and Kay, K. M. (2013), ORIGIN AND DIVERSIFICATION OF THE CALIFORNIA FLORA: RE-EXAMINING CLASSIC HYPOTHESES WITH MOLECULAR PHYLOGENIES. Evolution, 67: 1041–1054. doi: 10.1111/evo.12016
- Issue online: 3 APR 2013
- Version of Record online: 7 JAN 2013
- Received February 27, 2012 Accepted October 30, 2012
Table S1. Genbank accession numbers of published ITS loci and Jepson II name changes for species used in this study.
Table S2. Nucleotide substitution models and calibration dates for each of the 16 clades under consideration.
Table S3. A comparison of 1000 versus 10,000 generation MCMC analyses of BiSSE rates for our posterior set of 1000 trees per clade. A burnin of 1% was discarded from each run. Reported are mean estimates, followed by standard deviation in parentheses.
Table S4. A comparison of diversification models for our CA native subclades, using the method of (Morlon et al. 2011). The best-fit model was selected as that with the lowest value of AICc (bold). Best-fit models are visualized in Fig. 3.
Table S5. A comparison of speciation (λ0,1), extinction (ϵ0,1), net diversification (r0,1), and migration rates (q01,10) within CA (subscript 1) vs. beyond CA (subscript 0) within each of our selected clades, followed by the probability that indicated rate differences are greater than zero. Probabilities for smaller clades should be treated with caution.
Figure S1. Summary trees representing each of our 16 clades.
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