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Table 3 Estimated parameters and global likelihoods on each of the biogeographical analyses

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

Non-stratified Global in-likelihood d e j Stratified Global in-likelihood D e j
Lagrange C++      Lagrange C++     
*NS0 −73.5273 0.2700 0.0102 - *TS1 −88.2411 0.6363 0.0003 -
*NS1 −73.8920 0.3872 0.0146 - TS2 −93.1298 0.7224 0.0005 -
Root optimization      Root optimization     
*NS1_PR-sH −72.1124 0.4854 0.0053 - *TS2_PR-sH −94.3276 0.6718 0.0005 -
NS1_PR-nH −74.5323 0.3517 0.0114 - TS2_PR-nH −97.4394 0.6162 0.0025 -
NS1_PR-nH-eC −76.5541 0.3825 0.0118 - TS2_PR-nH-eC −97.6103 0.6174 0.0017 -
NS1_PR-sH-eC −76.6322 0.3313 0.0086 - TS2_PR-nH-sH −97.8598 0.5802 0.0019 -
NS1_PR-nH-sH −77.1248 0.3048 0.0083 - TS2_PR-sH-eC −98.4153 0.5613 0.0001 -
NS1_nH −78.4231 0.3522 0.0141 - TS2_sH −99.4647 0.7906 0.0050 -
NS1_PR −80.0185 0.3219 0.0059 - TS2_nH −101.7850 0.6684 0.0089 -
NS1_sH −80.2485 0.2874 0.0082 - TpS2_PR −103.8450 0.6690 0.0063 -
BioGeoBEARS DEC model      BioGeoBEARS DEC model     
*NS1- j −78.7492 0.0020 0.0000 0.0709 *TS1- j −63.8944 0.0581 0.0042 0.5821
NS1 −97.9848 0.0054 0.0069 - TS1 −76.7373 0.1211 0.0098 -
  1. The best models from each type of analyses are highlighted in bold text and marked with an asterisk (*). Parameter d is the rate of “dispersal" or range expansion, e is the rate of “extinction” or range contraction, and j is the relative weight of jump dispersal. j is cladogenetic, and d and e are anagenetic processes. Model-comparison between the BioGeoBEARS models resulted in Akaike weights favouring TS1-j with a relative probability of 0.999 of it being the best model. Similarly, LRT between TS1 and TS1-j, the two best models, rejected TS1 as the null model with fewer parameters with p-value of 4.02e−07.