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Table 2 MP and Bayesian ancestral reconstructions of the host ranges and mummy features.

From: Evolution of the parasitic wasp subfamily Rogadinae (Braconidae): phylogeny and evolution of lepidopteran host ranges and mummy characteristics

Clade Host ranges Site of emergence from mummy Hardening of mummy
  MP Bayesian MP Bayesian MP Bayesian
4. Clinocentrini Microlep. Microlep.
(0.6)
Equivocal Anterior
(0.8)
Equivocal Moderate
(0.42)
5. Rogadinae Microlep. Microlep.
(0.3)
Equivocal Anterior
(0.21)
Equivocal Weak
(0.22)
6. Rogadini (excl. Aleiodes clade) + Stiropiini Microlep. Zygaenoidea (0.59) Equivocal Anterior
(0.44)
Equivocal Weak
(0.71)
7. Rogadini (excl. Aleiodes clade) Zygaenoidea Zygaenoidea (0.98) Equivocal Posterior
(0.82)
Equivocal Weak
(0.66)
8. Stiropiini Microlep. Microlep.
(0.52)
Equivocal Anterior
(0.83)
Equivocal Weak
(0.9)
9. 'Zygaenoid host' clade Zygaenoidea Zygaenoidea (0.65) Posterior Posterior
(0.34)
Moderate Weak
(0.44)
10. 'Colastomion' clade Zygaenoidea Zygaenoidea (0.43) Equivocal Posterior
(0.4)
Weak Weak
(0.64)
11. Aleiodes + Yeliconini Microlep. Noctuidae (0.7) Equivocal Posterior
(0.86)
Equivocal Moderate
(0.41)
12. Yeliconini Microlep. Microlep.
(0.52)
Equivocal Posterior
(0.47)
Equivocal Moderate
(0.81)
13. Aleiodes clade Equivocal Noctuidae (0.88) Equivocal Posterior
(0.74)
Equivocal Hard
(0.9)
14. Aleiodes clade excl. Arcaleiodes and A. dispar group Equivocal Noctuidae (0.62) Posterior Posterior
(0.95)
Hard Hard
(1.0)
15. Aleiodes clade excl. A. dispar group, Arcaleiodes and Chelonorhogas Geometridae Geometridae (0.84) Posterior Posterior
(0.85)
Hard Hard
(0.95)
  1. Maximum parsimony and Bayesian (using the BayesTraits program) ancestral reconstructions of the three biological features examined in this study. Ancestral posterior probabilities were obtained by multiplying the mean ancestral character state probability of the selected node across all trees by the portion of the trees that recovered the node involved. Numbers on the first column correspond to selected clades that are indicated in the 28S + COI Bayesian topology (see Figures 4 and 5).