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Table 3 Support for models of Limenitis history

From: Are mimics monophyletic? The necessity of phylogenetic hypothesis tests in character evolution

Hypothesis Model δ (p) Deep Coalescences (p)
Monophyletic Mimic MM1 8.07 (0.0005) 156.78 (<0.0005)
  MM2 0.35 (0.015) 157.08 (<0.0005)
  MM3 12.48 (<0.0005) 110.13 (0.438)
  MM4 2.33 (0.001) 108.88 (0.492)
  MM5 13.77 (<0.0005) 95.94 (0.9195)
  MM6 2.96 (<0.0005) 94.13 (0.9325)
  MM7 5.14 (0.0015) 164.09 (<0.0005)
  MM8 -2.52 (0.032) 164.36 (<0.0005)
  MM9 7.47 (<0.0005) 124.66 (0.0615)
  MM10 -2.84 (0.0255) 123.46 (0.086)
  MM11 6.87 (0.0005) 113.96 (0.3105)
  MM12 -3.38 (0.025) 112.45 (0.391)
Reversion R1 -29.69 (0.0025) 126.12 (<0.0005)
  R2 -12.34 (0.316) 101.47 (0.173)
  R3 -0.23 (0.0025) 96.27 (0.381)
  1. Simulated values of test statistics for each of the fifteen models evaluated in this study. δ is the measure of relative fit of the model to the two hypotheses (figures 1 and 2); while Deep Coalescences measures the absolute fit of the simulated gene trees to the model tree used for simulation. Values in bold indicate observed value of statistic fell within the 95% simulated distribution. P-values represent probability that simulated gene trees fit hypotheses as well or better than observed data. See text and table 2 for details of analyses.