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Fig. 5 | Microbiome

Fig. 5

From: Ontogeny, species identity, and environment dominate microbiome dynamics in wild populations of kissing bugs (Triatominae)

Fig. 5

The neighbour-joining tree of microbiome Bray-Curtis dissimilarities for 93 Triatoma early instar individuals, showing microbiome species specificity is determined by host phylogeny and geographic origin. The nodes are coloured according to host phylogeny. The simplified phylogenetic scheme for the five Triatoma species is based on Georgieva et al. [5] and Ibarra-Cerdeña et al. [82]. The dashed line reflects the uncertain position of T. rubida. Sample geographic origin is designated as follows: SA (TX) San Antonio, Texas; Ch (TX) Chaparral, Texas; Tu (AZ) University of Arizona Desert Station, Tucson, Arizona; LC (AZ) Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, Arizona

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