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MOESM13 of Leaps and bounds: geographical and ecological distance constrained the colonisation of the Afrotemperate by Erica
journal contributionposted on 2019-12-06, 04:44 authored by Michael Pirie, Martha Kandziora, Nicolai Nürk, Nicholas Le Maitre, Ana Mugrabi de Kuppler, Berit Gehrke, Edward Oliver, Dirk Bellstedt
Additional file 13. Results: Ancestral area reconstructions inferred using BioGeoBEARS given the best tree under the best fitting model given A: DEC + J; B: DEC; and without range or dispersal constraint: C: DEC + J; D: DEC. For each model the single most probable state is shown first (boxes with areas at nodes) followed by the relative probability of each state represented with pie charts at nodes. Areas are represented by colours: Dark blue for Europe (E); green for Tropical Africa (T); yellow for Madagascar (M); light blue for Drakensberg (D); red for Cape (C); and further colours for widespread distributions as indicated in the legends.