Evolutionary history of the Hymenoptera - Supplementary Figures

Published: 21 Mar 2017 | Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/s5j2f62z3d.2
Contributor(s):
  • Christoph Mayer,
    Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
    Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig, Bonn
    Contributing author
  • Ralph Peters,
    Ralph Peters
    Zoologisches Forschungmuseum Alexander Koenig
    First and corresponding author
  • Oliver Niehuis
    Oliver Niehuis
    Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig, Bonn
    Senior and corresponding author

Description of this data

Supplementary figures for the paper:
Evolutionary history of the Hymenoptera

All supplementary figures are included in a single pdf file. Figure captions with thorough explanation of the shown results are also included in the pdf. It includes 16 supplementary files (Figs S2-S17; Fig S1 is included in the online Supplementary Material of the main publication).

In brief, the supplementary figures include:

Figure S2:
Phylogram Inferred from Analyzing the Amino Acid Dataset with Maximum Likelihood

Figure S3:
Phylogram Inferred from Analyzing 1st and 2nd Codon Positions with Maximum Likelihood

Figure S4:
Phylogram Inferred from Analyzing the Amino Acid Dataset with a Bayesian Method

Figure S5:
Phylogram Inferred from Analyzing the Decisive Dataset “backbone”

Figure S6:
Phylogram Inferred from Analyzing the Decisive Dataset “Aculeata”

Figure S7:
Phylogram Inferred from Analyzing the Decisive Dataset “Apoidea”

Figure S8:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of the Outgroup, Xyeloidea, Pamphilioidea + Tenthredinoidea, and Unicalcarida

Figure S9:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of the Outgroup, Xyeloidea, Tenthredinoidea, and Pamphilioidea + Unicalcarida

Figure S10:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of the Outgroup, Xyeloidea, Pamphilioidea, and Tenthredinoidea + Unicalcarida

Figure S11:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of Apocrita, Cephoidea, Orussoidea, and Siricoidea + Xiphydrioidea

Figure S12:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of Aculeata, Evanioidea + Stephanoidea, Parasitoida, and Trigonaloidea

Figure S13:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of Aculeata + Trigonaloidea, Evanioidea, Parasitoida, and Stephanoidea

Figure S14:
Results from Four-Cluster Likelihood Mapping, Showing the Support for the Possible Relationships of Pompiloidea + Thynnoidea + Tiphioidea, Formicidae, Scoliidae, and Apoidea

Figure S15:
Pairwise Comparison of Node Age Estimates and Confidence Intervals in four independent Dating Runs with Identical Settings in each Pair

Figure S16:
Pairwise Comparison of Node Age Estimates and Confidence Intervals in two independent Dating Runs with Identical Settings in each Pair

Figure S17:
Pairwise Comparison of Node Age Estimates between different Dating Models and Datasets

Experiment data files

peer reviewed

This data is associated with the following peer reviewed publication:

Evolutionary History of the Hymenoptera

Published in: Current Biology

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  • Version 2

    2017-03-21

    Published: 2017-03-21

    DOI: 10.17632/s5j2f62z3d.2

    Cite this dataset

    Mayer, Christoph; Peters, Ralph; Niehuis, Oliver (2017), “Evolutionary history of the Hymenoptera - Supplementary Figures”, Mendeley Data, v2 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/s5j2f62z3d.2

  • Version 1

    2016-12-13

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