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Phylogenetic reconstruction of Rickia species using a combined ITS + 28S dataset. The topology is the result of maximum likelihood inference. For each node, ML and MP bootstraps are presented above and below the branch leading to that node. For each R. wasmannii isolate, isolate name, Myrmica host epithet, and country code (AT, Austria; BE, Belgium; HU, Hungary; NL, The Netherlands) are presented. To the right of the phylogeny, results of species delimitation methods are summarised, from left to right: ABGD of the aligned ITS & 28S datasets under most parameters combinations; ABGD of the 28S dataset for P = 0.001–0.001668 and X = 0.1–1.0 (asterisk *); bPTP of the ITS and 28S topologies; and GMYC of the ITS and 28S ultrametric trees, respectively. Hatching implies lack of support, whereas the dashed rectangle under ABGD 28S* means that four putative species were found within R. wasmannii.

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