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Table 1 Partition strategies for phylogenetic analyses of the combined dataset

From: Causes of endemic radiation in the Caribbean: evidence from the historical biogeography and diversification of the butterfly genus Calisto(Nymphalidae: Satyrinae: Satyrini)

Partitions Base pairs Variable Informative Subs. model m(ratemult) Alpha(Γ shape) Tree likelihood
Gene strategy        
COI 1487 651 486 GTR + G 1.569 0.245 −18584.5
CAD 850 319 218 HKY + G 0.749 0.282 −4766.8
EF1a 1240 432 290 GTR + G 0.768 0.222 −21045.8
GAPDH 691 264 196 GTR + G 0.864 0.232 −13990.5
RPS5 617 228 183 GTR + G 0.694 0.198 −11920.2
WINGLESS 400 191 130 K80 + G 0.848 0.34 −8617.8
“Bin” strategy        
BIN1 2727 - - F81 0.0002 - -
BIN2-BIN10 652 - - GTR 0.57 - -
BIN11 1269 - - GTR + G 1.457 1.601 -
BIN12 637 - - GTR + G 4.828 4.389 -
  1. Number of variable and phylogenetically informative sites in our Calisto data are shown by gene partition. Substitution model was selected based on BIC calculations in jModelTest [41]. Rate multiplier (m) and Gamma-shape (alpha) parameters are from BI whereas the tree likelihood for each gene partition are from the dating analysis using normal distribution for the calibration points and the birth-death process. Other dating analyses have similar values as shown in tree likelihood.