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Table 2 HyDe inferences of Malawi cichlid hybridization

From: Phylogenomics of a putatively convergent novelty: did hypertrophied lips evolve once or repeatedly in Lake Malawi cichlid fishes?

P1 Hybrid P2 P-value
P. flavus O. heterodon P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0015
L. trewavasae H. oxyrhyncha E. ornatus 0.0022
L. trewavasae H. oxyrhyncha P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0023
L. trewavasae M. mola E. ornatus 0.0040
P. crabro L. acuticeps P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0114
A. stuartgranti M. conophoros P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0122
T. praeorbitalis M. conophoros P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0124
P. “Mbenji fatlip” E. ornatus L. acuticeps 0.0125
L. trewavasae P. electra P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0144
C. pictus C. nitidus P. “Mbenji fatlip” 0.0148
P. electra H. oxyrhyncha C. rhoadesii 0.0159
R. longiceps M. anaphyrmus E. ornatus 0.0174
  1. Inferences of hybridization [82] among Malawi cichlids and members of the ‘hypertrophied lip’ clade as shown in bold. We examined introgression occurring between triplets of three species: 1) An initial donor species (P1), 2) a hybrid species containing putatively introgressed loci, and 3) a second hybridizing donor ‘hypertrophied lip’ species (P2). Out of the 23,310 triplicates analyzed involving all the Malawi species sampled (Additional file 8), we depict only those inferred relationships involving a hypertrophied lip clade species that was recovered in the top 50 most likely hybridization events based on the P-values obtained from HyDe