Fig. 18 in A review of the systematic biology of fossil and living bony-tongue fishes, Osteoglossomorpha (Actinopterygii: Teleostei)
Fig. 18. Historical biogeography of Osteoglossomorpha based on ancestral area analysis (AAA). Ancestral area estimates un- der the unconstrained model DEC+J using the time-calibrated Bayesian phylogeny of Osteoglossomorpha of Lavoué (2016) that combines molecular and morphological characters and extant and extinct taxa. Letters from A to F represent the regions (see above map) used for the biogeographical reconstruction: A (yellow), Afrotropics; B (green) Neotropics; C (red) Orient; D (orange) Australia; E (blue) Nearctics, F (pink) North-Eastern Palearctics (Cretaceous period). The geographical distributions of extant and extinct taxa are indicated. The most likely ancestral range is provided: ancestral ranges at nodes indicate the inferred ancestral distributions before speciation and ancestral ranges at corner positions represent geographical ranges immediately after speciation. Black and white pie charts above specific ancestral area reconstruction show the probability (white) of the corresponding reconstruction.
Hilton, Eric J.; Lavoué, Sébastien (2018), "Fig. 18 in A review of the systematic biology of fossil and living bony-tongue fishes, Osteoglossomorpha (Actinopterygii: Teleostei)", Zenodo, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.3709944