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Special feature






Phylip is a free package
of programs for inferring
phylogenies.It is the
sixth most frequently
cited phylogeny









tree evaluation, can also
be done for three

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Mr Bayes











Bayesian inference and
model choice across a
wide range of
phylogenetic and
evolutionary model


It is a standard program
for phylogenetic

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