Phylogeny of the mimosoid clade modified from Koenen et al. (2020), based on the mimosoid 964 nuclear dataset with the Archidendron clade highlighted in red. Clade names follow Koenen et al. (2020) with branches collapsed and represented by green triangles. The Stryphnodendron and Mimosa clades, taxa from which were used to root trees in this study, are highlighted in orange and purple, respectively and indicated with an asterisk.

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