Sequence diversity and cluster set summaries (rel. 194)

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Phylota TaxBrowser Mirror Table
NCBI taxon name1   Descendant species2 Descendant terminals Descendant genera Sequences (GIs) Seq. clusters3 Phylog. inform. seq. clusters4
Gomphidae (clubtail dragonflies)   up to Anisoptera 162 164 32 1033 28 14
    Anisogomphus 
2 2 - 14 5 0
    Antipodogomphus 
1 1 - 6 6 0
    Arigomphus 
1 1 - 2 2 0
    Armagomphus 
1 1 - 6 6 0
    Austrogomphus 
3 3 - 8 7 0
    Cyclogomphus 
1 1 - 6 6 0
    Davidioides 
1 1 - 6 6 0
    Davidius 
6 8 - 115 9 2
    Dromogomphus 
1 1 - 5 5 0
    Gomphus 
32 32 - 81 12 4
    Hagenius 
2 2 - 14 11 0
    Heliogomphus 
1 1 - 2 1 0
    Hemigomphus 
2 2 - 8 7 0
    Ictinogomphus 
4 4 - 19 8 0
    Lanthus 
2 2 - 106 4 0
    Lindenia 
1 1 - 5 4 0
    Macrogomphus 
1 1 - 1 1 0
    Megalogomphus 
1 1 - 1 1 0
    Neogomphus 
1 1 - 2 2 0
    Nihonogomphus 
1 1 - 6 3 0
    Onychogomphus 
6 6 - 31 11 2
    Ophiogomphus 
53 53 - 220 6 1
    Paragomphus 
1 1 - 1 1 0
    Phyllogomphoides 
1 1 - 2 2 0
    Progomphus 
2 2 - 16 9 0
    Shaogomphus 
1 1 - 66 3 0
    Sieboldius 
1 1 - 9 3 0
    Sinictinogomphus 
1 1 - 6 3 0
    Sinogomphus 
1 1 - 9 3 0
    Stylogomphus 
4 4 - 102 8 1
    Stylurus 
5 5 - 39 7 0
    Trigomphus 
5 5 - 64 4 3
    unclassified Gomphidae 
16 16 0 55 2 1

   1Names refer to node and its subtree unless the term "node only" appears.
   2Taxa at species rank as determined by NCBI (including this node). Note that some of these have not been formally named yet and are not retrieved in certain NCBI Taxonomy searches (e.g., Marina sp. Lavin 5341), but they are associated with sequence(s) and are counted as species here.
   3Clusters built by exhaustive all-against-all BLAST searches. For further information of about this see here. A dash (-) means there were too many sequences to cluster or no sequences at all.
   4Phylogenetically informative clusters have four or more taxa (not GIs) represented.