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Table 4 Local shifts in diversification rate within carnivores.

From: Updating the evolutionary history of Carnivora (Mammalia): a new species-level supertree complete with divergence time estimates

Node number Clade size Nodal depth from root Clade 1 (number of species) Clade 2 (number of species) Δ1 Δ2 Slowinski-Guyer [91, 92]
8 121 1 Nandinia binotata (1) remaining Feliformia (120) 4.66
(0.0052)
4.43
(0.0085)
0.0167
(0.0484)
22 12 9 Felis manul (1) Prionailurus + remaining Felis (11) 2.38
(0.0364)
2.30
(0.0364)
0.1818
(0.0364)
134 74 5 Ailurus fulgens (1) Mustelidae + Procyonidae (73) 3.63
(0.0175)
3.33
(0.0221)
0.0274
(0.2063)
137 57 8 Taxidea taxus (1) most remaining Mustelidae (56) 2.90
(0.0279)
2.64
(0.0318)
0.0357
(0.3095)
141 38 12 'Paradoxurinae' + Hemigalinae (11) Viverrinae + Genettinae (27) 2.22
(0.0497)
2.17
(0.0527)
0.1081
(0.0106)
52 11 5 Arctogalidia trivirgata (1) remaining "Paradoxurinae" + Hemigalinae (10) 2.23
(0.0667)
2.08
(0.0667)
0.2000
(0.0667)
124 130 2 Ursidae (8) remaining Arctoidea (122) 1.59
(0.0929)
1.42
(0.1150)
0.1240
(0.1399)
144 12 15 Enhydra lutris (1) most remaining Lutrinae (11) 2.27
(0.0727)
2.08
(0.1091)
0.1818
(0.0929)
204 16 6 Callorhinus ursinus (1) remaining Otariidae (15) 2.32
(0.0762)
2.08
(0.0952)
0.1333
(0.1618)
237 35 2 Urocyon (2) remaining Canidae (33) 2.07
(0.0628)
1.91
(0.0773)
0.1176
(0.0501)
239 20 4 Lycaon + Speothos (2) remaining Canini (18) 1.48
(0.1128)
1.32
(0.1369)
0.2105
(0.0792)
  1. Shifts were inferred using SymmeTREE [90]. All nodes that presented significant (P < 0.05) or marginally significant (P < 0.10) shifts for any of the three statistics are listed.