Trees and uncorrected p-distances of Odontobatrachus. (a) Tree resulting from partitioned Bayes and ML analyses of mitochondrial genes 16S, 12S, cytb and nuclear genes RAG1, SIA and BDNF (outgroups not shown). (b) Species tree from mitochondrial DNA data from the Bayesian Inference of Species Trees (STARBEAST). Support values for (a) and (b) are provided as Bayesian posterior probabilities (above branch; PP: * = 1.00; 0.95 ≥ ▼ ≥ 0.99) and Boostrap support values (below branch; BS: * = 100%; 90 ≥ ♦ ≥ 99; 80 ≥ ● ≥ 89; 70 ≥ ○ ≥ 79). (c) Mean uncorrected 16S p-distances between the five OTUs (rectangles) and maximum p-distances within each OTU (circles). Subclades in natator refer to the Freetown Peninsula, Sierra Leone (FP, light blue) and remaining natator population further inland (IL, dark blue). Remark: within p-distances in natator-subclades possess distinctly lower values than the whole OTU natator. Minimum, maximum, mean values and standard deviation of p-distances between and within OTUs are provided in tables 1 and 2.