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Phylogenetic tree help?

Postby Frédéric » Wed Jan 22, 2014 4:51 am

Hey guys i'm doing a Phylogenetic tree on a single species, lets say a bumble bee. These bumble bees have 7 distinct features, some have the same and some don't. I was able to connect the main ancestors, a bumble bee with only one difference. Those are A and E and D and F. Then there is B and C that only differ by two characteristics. How do I connect them all into a tree? I attached a photo of my work for a better example. Thanks for the help guys! :)

http://imgur.com/8g1ySdQ
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Postby JackBean » Wed Jan 22, 2014 9:20 am

It's kinda harder when you have only the numbers I'd say.

Well, C is at the same distant with B and E. However B and E are further away from each other :-/
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