Supplemental Figure 1 from A selective fungal transport organ (mycangium) maintains coarse phylogenetic congruence between fungus-farming ambrosia beetles and their symbionts

Phylogeny of Xyleborini with a focus on the Xylosandrus complex, a monophyletic group which possess mesonotal mycangia and the mycangial pronotal tuft, and farm fungi in the ceratocystid genus Ambrosiella. Highlighted in yellow are fungus-stealing species which have secondarily lost their mycangia and mesonotal tufts.