Consensus tree of the combined analysis based on the markers matK and rbcL showing the phylogenetic placement of “Keraunea brasiliensis” (Passos et al. 5263) (highlighted in red) within Mascagnia. Amorimia W.R.Anderson (highlighted in light grey) represents one of the outgroups, and Ectopopterys W.R.Anderson is the root of this analysis. Bootstrap values from the ML are shown above the branches, and posterior probabilities from the BI are shown below the branches. The tree on the left is shown for branch length visualisation. Photographs of Amorimia ssp. by Fabián Michelangeli, Mascagnia cordifolia by Marco O.O. Pellegrini, and Mascagnia australis C.E.Anderson by Climbie F. Hall.

  Part of: de Almeida RF, Pellegrini MO, de Morais IL, Simão-Bianchini R, Rattanakrajang P, Cheek M, Simões ARG (2023) Barking up the wrong tree: the dangers of taxonomic misidentification in molecular phylogenetic studies. Plant Ecology and Evolution 156(2): 146-159.