Majority-rule consensus tree of a Bayesian posterior sample obtained by joint estimation of alignment and phylogeny from ITS sequence data with BAli-Phy. The ingroup consists of the genus Biatora and the outgroup of members of Lecanias. lat., Mycobilimbia, Bilimbia and ‘Lecidea’ albohyalina. Branch lengths are represented by their average across the posterior sample.

  Part of: Ekman S, Tønsberg T (2019) Biatora alnetorum (Ramalinaceae, Lecanorales), a new lichen species from western North America. MycoKeys 48: 55-65.