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Statistics about the gene-tree nodes

Species# Nodes# speciation nodes# duplication nodes# dubious nodesNode typesAverage duplication confidence scoreAverage duplication confidence score (non-dubious nodes)
Animals and Fungi (Opisthokonta)22432201384
44.2 %48.9 %
Bilateral animals (Bilateria)1200472553857892
43.5 %53.6 %
Arthropods and nematodes (Ecdysozoa)376936341350
64.1 %64.1 %
Chordates (Chordata)954474001770374
32.7 %39.6 %
Vertebrates (Vertebrata)1261276804100832
39.4 %47.4 %
Bony vertebrates (Euteleostomi)316011950682583837
25.4 %37.2 %
Lobe-finned fish (Sarcopterygii)16621144687231430
6.4 %19.2 %
Tetrapods (Tetrapoda)1408412857597630
12.5 %25.7 %
Amniotes (Amniota)220571804417122301
7.8 %18.4 %
Mammals (Mammalia)171481404916601439
11.5 %21.5 %
Marsupials and Placental mammals (Theria)198651712414521289
15.9 %30.0 %
Placental mammals (Eutheria)7411047643534221125
3.6 %17.6 %
African mammals (Afrotheria)21030208631670
65.6 %65.6 %
Xenarthran mammals (Xenarthra)762375131100
64.1 %64.1 %
Boreoeutheria408193148413817954
2.1 %14.2 %
Primates and Rodents (Euarchontoglires)44370386565525162
2.0 %20.5 %
Primates (Primates)1770617161158387
9.8 %33.9 %
Wet nose lemurs (Strepsirrhini)99749951230
63.0 %63.0 %
Dry-nosed primates (Haplorrhini)890788375119
30.5 %41.8 %
Simians (Simiiformes)1884917646947256
31.6 %40.1 %
Apes and Old World monkeys (Catarrhini)2195820326969663
24.0 %40.5 %
Apes (Hominoidea)1746816795239434
13.2 %37.1 %
Great apes (Hominidae)1748117131240110
32.7 %47.7 %
Hominines (Homininae)33518332073110
60.3 %60.3 %
Old World monkeys (Cercopithecinae)15645152354100
68.8 %68.8 %
Rodents and Rabbits (Glires)153391454182716
3.6 %35.3 %
Rodents (Rodentia)136641307364527
4.7 %43.8 %
Squirrels and Old World rodents (Sciurognathi)2090420824764
52.1 %54.8 %
Old World rodents (Murinae)187091760111080
82.9 %82.9 %
Rabbits and Pikas (Lagomorpha)1033910241980
66.8 %66.8 %
Laurasiatherian mammals (Laurasiatheria)74353705856803088
4.4 %24.5 %
Cetaceans and Even-toed ungulates (Cetartiodactyla)370023676222713
44.1 %46.6 %
Bovids (Bovidae)16927161198080
76.1 %76.1 %
Carnivores (Carnivora)1645316113183157
26.2 %48.7 %
Caniforms (Caniformia)30511302922190
59.2 %59.2 %
Insectivore mammals (Insectivora)48804855250
70.0 %70.0 %
Bats (Chiroptera)92759263120
54.2 %54.2 %
Marsupials (Marsupialia)28899279479520
65.7 %65.7 %
Reptiles and birds (Sauria)1370813151272285
18.9 %38.7 %
Birds and turtles (Testudines + Archosauria group)125931242512840
31.7 %41.6 %
Birds (Neognathae)275752717630594
34.3 %44.8 %
Turkeys (Phasianidae)12455123181370
66.8 %66.8 %
Perching birds (Passeriformes)13048128811670
69.2 %69.2 %
Ray-finned fishes (Neopterygii)16590149741304312
36.6 %45.4 %
Teleost fishes (Clupeocephala)23983195363982465
50.6 %56.5 %
Teleost fishes (Otophysa)17862171627000
71.2 %71.2 %
Teleost fishes (Acanthomorphata)1900817392650966
19.6 %48.7 %
Teleost fishes (Percomorphaceae)26195209575944644
4.2 %36.6 %
Teleost fishes (Percomorpharia)1291412899105
28.9 %43.3 %
Puffers (Tetraodontidae)15443152761670
72.2 %72.2 %
Teleost fishes (Ovalentaria)1790417176230498
17.3 %54.8 %
Silverside fishes (Atherinomorphae)1387413785809
46.3 %51.5 %
Live-bearing aquarium fishes (Poeciliinae)18409179134960
68.6 %68.6 %
Ciona sea squirts (Ciona)9363798413790
78.6 %78.6 %