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Table 1 Ages of focal nodes in Fig. 1.

From: Does evolutionary innovation in pharyngeal jaws lead to rapid lineage diversification in labrid fishes?

node description mean age (MY) 95% HPD (MY)
1 crown labrids 57 50-69
2 hypsigenyines 43 32-56
3 Achoerodus vs Pseudodax 27 20-36
4 odacids 19 13-25
5 non-hypsigenyines 53 44-66
6 julidines + novaculines 43 33-54
7 novaculines 24 16-33
8 julidines 34 25-44
9 pseudolabrines 18 11-26
10 Stethojulis vs. IP Halichoeres 26 19-33
11 Stethojulis 6 2-10
12 fast-evolving julidines from MEDUSA analysis 24 18-31
13 IP Halichoeres et al. 22 17-29
14 labrichthyines vs. Ophthalmolepis 21 15-28
15 labrichthyines 15 10-21
16 Coris + Pseudocoris + Hologymnosus 13 9-18
17 Pseudojuloides vs. Thalassoma 15 10-21
18 Thalassoma + Gomphosus 4 2-6
19 New World Halichoeres et al. 12 7-17
20 pseudocheilines vs. labrines, cheilines, and scarines 49 40-62
21 pseudocheilines 37 26-49
22 labrines + cheilines + scarines 46 36-58
23 labrines + cheilines 40 29-52
24 labrines 13 6-20
25 cheilines 17 11-23
26 scarines 28 20-36
27 seagrass parrotfishes 22 16-28
28 Calotomus + Leptoscarus 19 14-25
29 reef parrotfishes 19 13-26
30 Bolbometopon vs. Cetoscarus 13 6-10
31 Scarus + Chlorurus 9 6-13
32 Chlorurus 4 2-5
33 Scarus 6 4-9
  1. Nodes in bold were fossil-calibrated (Table 7).