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English: Phylogenetic tree of Eukaryota. Three groups in the base of the tree are incertae sedis, all other groups fall into one of the five 'kingdoms' (brown coloured). Animals, the old-style 'kingdom Animalia', are shown as 'metazoa' in this chart. For more details, see this article (Simpson et Roger 2004)
Date 12 August 2008
Source Own work, based on a similar picture in Simpson et Roger 2004
Author Vojtech.dostal


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