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From: Phylogenetic analyses of Begonia sect. Coelocentrum and allied limestone species of China shed light on the evolution of Sino-Vietnamese karst flora

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Best-scoring maximum likelihood phylogram. Clade support values (LB: likelihood bootstrap/PB: parsimony bootstrap/PP: posterior probability) larger than 50% are indicated at each node. Dashed branches indicate LB, PB, and PP all smaller than 50%/0.5 while thick branches denote those present in the strict consensus tree of MP analysis and PP ≥0.95. Species in bold denote limestone species distributed in the Sino-Vietnamese limestone karsts (Gu et al.,2007). Arrows point to clades and sections discussed in the text. Taxon names are followed by sectional placement and distribution (in parentheses). The rhombus () and star () signs denote calibration points for molecular dating. Sectional classification and clade names in Thomas et al. (2011a) are marked to the right to allow easier cross-study comparison. Sources of sectional placement for each species are cited in Additional file1. Sectional abbreviations: ALI: Alicida, AUG: Augustia, BAR: Baryandra, COL: Coelocentrum, DIP: Diploclinium, HAA: Haagea, LEP: Leprosae, PAR: Parvibegonia, PET: Petermannia, PLA: Platycentrum, REI: Reichenheimia, RID: Ridleyella, SPH: Sphenanthera, SYM: Symbegonia, UA: unassigned.

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