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Fig. 2 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 2

From: Microsporidian infections in the species complex Gammarus roeselii (Amphipoda) over its geographical range: evidence for both host–parasite co-diversification and recent host shifts

Fig. 2

Bayesian phylogenetic reconstruction based on partial small ribosomal subunit rDNA alignment. Labels in bold are parasites of G. roeselii found in the present study. These labels show the name of the parasite, the country where it was found (two letter ISO code, see Additional file 1: Table S1), the number of infected populations (=pop.), and the total number of infected individuals (=ind.). Labels with accession numbers are parasite sequences taken from GenBank. These labels show the accession number, the parasite name given in the associated publication, the order of the host (except for amphipod hosts where the family is provided; if G. roeselii was found infected by a haplogroup, this was indicated by ‘Groe’). Microsporidian clade numbers are as in Vossbrinck and Debrunner-Vossbrinck [49]. Branches are collapsed according to the three genera (triangle sizes not reflecting actual size): Nosema, Cucumispora and Dictyocoela, as further details are given in Figs. 3, 4 and 5, respectively. Abbreviation: PP, Bayesian posterior probability

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