The first of 1000 equally parsimonious trees obtained from Maximum-Parsimony (MP) analysis of RPB2 sequences of 76 isolates of Fusarium and Neocosmospora spp. Numbers on the nodes are MP bootstrap values (BS) and Maximum-Likelihood BS values above 70%. Branch lengths are proportional to distance. Ex-type and ex-epitype strains are indicated with T and ET, respectively. The names of 17 species complexes of Fusarium are shown in grey. Nigerian isolates obtained in this study are shown in red together with their geographical origin and source of isolation. The internal square shows MP statistics as follows: TL = tree length, CI = consistency index, RI = retention index and HI = homoplasy index.

  Part of: Ezekiel CN, Kraak B, Sandoval-Denis M, Sulyok M, Oyedele OA, Ayeni KI, Makinde OM, Akinyemi OM, Krska R, Crous PW, Houbraken J (2020) Diversity and toxigenicity of fungi and description of Fusarium madaense sp. nov. from cereals, legumes and soils in north-central Nigeria. MycoKeys 67: 95-124.