Supplementary Figure 12. from A Laurasian origin for a pantropical bird radiation is supported by genomic and fossil data (Aves: Coraciiformes)
journal contributionposted on 04.10.2019 by Jenna M. McCullough, Robert G. Moyle, Brian T. Smith, Michael J. Andersen
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Diversification of Coraciiformes through time. A) Phylorate plot with an inferred core rate shift in Todiramphus; B) the six most credible sets of shift configurations (CSS) and their frequencies; C) clade-specific rates through time and the mean evolutionary rate (λ) are shown for (a) all of Coraciiformes, (b) all Todiramphus, (c) all of Todiramphus excluding T. nigrocyaneus, T. winchelli, and T. funebris, which represents the branch with the inferred core rate shift, and (d) the background rate of Coraciiformes excluding Todiramphus kingfishers. Colours represent the mean of the marginal posterior density of speciation rates along each branch. Circles along branches indicate inferred core rate shifts.