How To Use
Welcome to the
This website provides a Bayesian inference of primate phylogeny, odd-toed and even-toed ungulates phylogeny, carnivorans phylogeny, and cetaceans phylogeny. In the near future, we may also include additional mammalian orders. The goal of the
is to infer a set of phylogenetic trees from available data that is appropriate for comparative research. At this site, users can download a consensus tree, or they can download up to at least 10,000 trees drawn from the Markov chain sample and pruned to species of interest. Importantly, the
is a work in progress and we envision regular updates to the dataset, trees and website.
For more information, see the
and the Dataset section for
even-toed ungulates and cetaceans
is supported by the NSF (for more details, see the
Click here to see a list of studies that have used
We are highly interested in posting additional mammal phylogenies provided by other research groups. For more information, click here.
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