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Table 2 Similarity between trees from different data sets

From: What are the consequences of combining nuclear and mitochondrial data for phylogenetic analysis? Lessons from Plethodonsalamanders and 13 other vertebrate clades

Clade Combined-data and mtDNA Combined-data and nucDNA mtDNA and nucDNA
Balistid fish 16% 24% 11%
Scarine fish 83% 63% 50%
Hemiphractid frogs 64% 52% 30%
Hylid frogs 27% 44% 13%
Plethodon salamanders 73% 27% 23%
Phrynosomatid lizards 37% 71% 26%
Alcid birds 91% 33% 23%
Caprimulgid birds 53% 82% 38%
Cotingid birds 53% 71% 35%
Dicaeid birds 80% 34% 24%
Emydid turtles 54% 60% 37%
Cervid mammals 99% 37% 27%
Murid rodents (Philippines) 30% 63% 23%
Murid rodents (Sahul) 55% 96% 53%
  1. The proportion of nodes shared between each pair of trees (mtDNA, nucDNA and combined-data) for each clade. Boldfaced proportion indicates which of the two data sets (mtDNA, nucDNA) the combined-data tree is more similar to.