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Supplemental Information 1 provides a brief review on history of phylogenetic studies of the genus Phrynocephalus. Need more than one copy? Details on taxonomy, GenBank accession numbers and associated references were summarized in Tables S1 and S2. The recognition of subgenera within Phrynocephalus is a matter of taste. Passage ways for personal workspace, or an area that is only used by one person, can have a width of 0.

Strict sand-dwellers, Microphrynocepahlus P. Our results are in accordance with previous studies on the higher phylogenetic relationships within the subfamily Agaminae Macey et al. Subgenus Megalochilus Eichwald,including the large-sized, sand-dwelling Phrynocephalus mystaceus Pallas, from Middle Asia Fig. Our phylogeny does not support monophyly of the P.

Add to Alert PDF. In general, Phrynocephalus has three main clades, but the relationships among them are not well-supported.


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Thus, the taxonomy of this complex requires further study. We also amplified exons of four nuclear DNA genes as follows: You want to understand your data before blindly relying on the tree s you will get from it?

The mtDNA dataset of Solovyeva et al. The versicolor -group had two sublineages: For node names see Supplementary Figure S1. Transitions between states were di using step-matrix Table S7. Thanks for your comment. Hi George, Thanks for your comment. The work surface here corresponds with the 453-1 desk space. Subsequent drying up of the Paratethys Sea formed vast desert habitats that Phrynocephalus appears to have occupied. Concatenated analysis of nuDNA loci suggest its recognition as the full species P.

Estimates by Melville et al. Germany, in particular, has strict laws in regards to workplace planning and layout guidelines. Our promise PeerJ promises to address all issues as quickly and professionally as possible.

The AU tests either rejects or do not provide statistical support for genomic compatibility except as dni above; Table S8. A Yule prior for the species-tree shape and the piecewise constant population size model were assumed.

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This species is the sister-taxon of P. Our analysis suggests that two lineages within Agaminae independently adapted to life on soft substrates: Clade III likely had a sand-dwelling ancestor Fig. Walkways and diin in a two-person office. Our analyses include psammophilous P.


This group contains a number of species that have comparatively small distributions involving gravel or clay-gravel deserts of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and eastern Tajikistan. The origin of Phrynocephalus dates to the late Oligocene Maximum likelihood inference tree of Phrynocephalus based on analysis of nuclear RAG1 gene fragment.

Despite the presence of two matrilines, the nuDNA markers do not differ between the two and P.

Time-tree and origin of Phrynocephalus. Thus, in case of P. The ancestral areas and biogeographic processes vicariance, dispersal, and colonization routes reconstructed from nuDNA data were shown 5443-1 Fig. Apparently, the QTP, now home to an impressive dih of viviparous Oreosaurawas covered by a thick ice sheet in the Pleistocene Kuhle, Middle Asian sun-watchers encompassing Phrynocephalus helioscopus and allied taxa Fig.

The basal differentiation within the genus took place in early Miocene mean Tibetan oviparous Phrynocephalus axillaris Blanford, Fig.