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Fig. 1 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 1

From: Sex-dependent differences in avian malaria prevalence and consequences of infections on nestling growth and adult condition in the Tawny pipit, Anthus campestris

Fig. 1

Phylogenetic relationships between the Cytochrome b sequences obtained in the study and those of known Plasmodium and Haemoproteus species (represented by their accession number). The tree was built on cytochrome b parasite haplotypes found in this study (bold), with respect to lineages previously found in other avian hosts. Black and white circles indicate, respectively, nodes with posterior probability >90 %, and between 50 and 90 %. Tawny pipit haplotypes are grouped in clades that should correspond to different parasite species, and their presence in adults (blue bird icon) and nestlings (orange bird icon) is also shown

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