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Figure 2 | Zoological Studies

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From: Population structure of Hirundichthys oxycephalus in the northwestern Pacific inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I gene

Figure 2

Minimum spanning network and phylogenetic tree of Hirundichthys oxycephalus from the northwestern Pacific. (A) Minimum spanning network among haplotypes. Each circle represents a unique haplotype, and the diameter is proportional to the individual number sharing that haplotype. Different colors stand for different sampling localities (NS, Nagasaki; YS, Yakushima; KL, Keelung; YL, Yilan; HL, Hualien; LD, Ludao). (B) Phylogenetic tree based on neighbor-joining analysis. Topologies of Bayesian and maximum parsimony analyses are similar, but group I is not recovered. Numbers above nodes are support values of neighbor-joining, Bayesian, and maximum parsimony, respectively. Only values over 50 are shown. (Number of individuals of each locality in group I: NS = 36, YS = 8, KL = 25, YL = 6, HL = 9, LD = 29; number of individuals of each locality in group II: NS = 18, KL = 16, YL = 1, HL = 3, LD = 5).

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