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Table 4 Biogeographical reconstructions for the evolution of Calisto

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

   Crown Calisto Stem Cuban Calisto Stem Jamaican Calisto Stem Bahamian C. sibylla Stem Bahamian C. apollinis N° vicariant events N° dispersal events
Lagrange C++ NS0 PR-sH: 0.24 (-74.94); nH-eC: 0.44 (-74.34); *sH-Ja: 0.61 (-74.01); eC-Ba: 0.55 (-74.12); *eC-wC-Ba: 0.83 (-73.71) 8 5
PR-nH-sH: 0.16 (-75.36); nH: 0.43 (-74.36) sH: 0.27 (-74.83) eC: 0.42 (-74.4)  
PR-nH: 0.11 (-75.7)
NS1 *PR-nH: 0.48 (-74.62); nH: 0.52 (-74.55); sH-Ja: 0.42 (-74.75); eC-Ba: 0.5 (-74.59); *eC-wC-Ba: 0.81 (-74.1) 7 12 (1)
PR-nH-sH: 0.16 (-75.73) nH-eC: 0.44 (-74.71) sH: 0.32 (-75.02) eC: 0.48 (-74.62)
TS2 PR-sH: 0.25 (-94.52); *nH-eC: 0.95 (-93.18) *sH-Ja: 0.97 (93.16) *eC-Ba: 0.96 (-92.86) *eC-wC-Ba: 0.95 (-92.86) 11 9
PR-nH-sH-eC: 0.22 (-94.6);
PR-sH-eC: 0.22 (-94.6)
BioGeoBEARS DEC model NS1-j *PR-nH-sH: 0.92 *nH: 0.68; sH: 0.49; eC: 0.49; Ba: 0.4; 1 7 (6)
eC: 0.29 Ja: 0.45 Ba: 0.48 eC: 0.2;
wC: 0.2
NS1 *PR-nH-sH: 0.73; *nH-eC: 0.52; *sH-Ja: 0.72 *eC-Ba: 0.84 *eC-wC-Ba: 0.66; 10 3
PR-sH: 0.22 eC: 0.16    eC-Ba: 0.16;
wC-Ba: 0.16
TS1-j *PR-sH: 0.72; nH: 0.57; *sH: 0.99 *eC: 0.81; eC: 0.38; 1 9 (6)
PR-nH-sH: 0.12 eC: 0.37 wC: 0.18 wC: 0.28;
eC-wC: 0.27
TS1 *PR-sH: 0.84 *nH-eC: 0.66; *sH: 0.99 *eC: 0.65; eC-wC-Ba: 0.45; 6 9 (5)
nH: 0.3 wC: 0.21 eC-Ba: 0.43
  1. We excluded from the comparison the TS1 from Lagrange because of the unrealistic scenarios that were recovered (see text). Critical nodes for testing the Caribbean paleogeographical (vicariance) model are shown with their correspondent reconstructed ancestral geographical range. Preferred node distributions are highlighted in bold text and preceded by an asterisk (*). The number of well-supported vicariance and dispersal events were only counted when the relative probability of the best inference is two times larger than the following reconstructed distribution, in both immediate ancestral and daughter nodes. Dispersal events include the number of anagenetic range-switching and cladogenetic founder-events (the latter in parenthesis).