Fig. 4 in Community Structure and Undescribed Species Diversity in Non-Pollinating Fig Wasps Associated with the Strangler Fig Ficus petiolaris

Fig. 4. Maximum-clade credibility tree representing the complete Idarnes data set.Tips of the tree are labeled with the host fig taxon name.The four Idarnes species associated with Ficus petiolaris do not form a monophyletic group, suggesting a history of host switching for the Idarnes species associated with F. petiolaris. Additionally, LO2 is not monophyletic but forms two distinct clades, with Idarnes sampled from other host fig trees interspersed between them.The two Idarnes samples collected from Ficus pertusa in sympatry with F. petiolaris cluster with one of the LO2 clades (denoted by a circle). Black squares represent posterior probabilities ≥0.95; gray squares represent posterior probabilities <0.95 and ≥0.5. All other nodes had support values below 0.5. Wasps that formed monophyletic groups and were associated with the same host fig species were collapsed for visual purposes.