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Figure 4 in Molecular phylogeny of hinge-beak shrimps (Decapoda: Caridea: Rhynchocinetes and Cinetorhynchus) and allies: a formal test of familiar and generic monophyly using a multilocus phylogeny
Baeza, J. Antonio;
Bauer, Raymond T.;
Figure 4. One-phase simultaneous alignment and tree estimation (SATé-II) analysis of maximum likelihood (ML) for representatives of the family Rhynchocinetidae using two nuclear genes. The phylogenetic tree resulted from the combined analysis of 12S, Histone (H3), and Enolase gene fragments of Rhynchocinetes (seven taxa and eight terminals), Cinetorhynchus (five taxa and 12 terminals), Lipkius (one taxon and two terminals), Eugonatonotus (one taxon), and outgroups. The numbers above or below the branches represent the bootstrap values obtained from the ML analyses in SATé-II.
Published as part of Baeza, J. Antonio, Bauer, Raymond T., Okuno, Junji & Thiel, Martin, 2014, Molecular phylogeny of hinge-beak shrimps (Decapoda: Caridea: Rhynchocinetes and Cinetorhynchus) and allies: a formal test of familiar and generic monophyly using a multilocus phylogeny, pp. 426-450 in Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 172 (2) on page 439, DOI: 10.1111/zoj.12173, http://zenodo.org/record/5314330