Parallel Host and Parasite Phylogenies: Do They Imply Common Ancestry?

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One line of evidence for common ancestry, which lies among the stronger of the relevant arguments, is the phenomenon of parallel phylogenetic patterns thought to indicate host-parasite codivergence. Consider, for example, this diagram — or “tanglegram” as it’s called — excerpted from Legendre et al. (2001).

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