V. L. Castroagudin, S .i. Moreira , D. A. S. Pereira , S. S. Moreira , P. C. Brunner , J. L. N. Maciel , P. W. Crous , Bruce Mcdonald , E. Alves and Paulo Ceresini
Review posted on 03rd May 2016
Thank you very much for sharing your work. I looked at the methods and results and I have a few concerns regarding the validity of species identification.
Only the genealogy of the concatenated dataset is shown. The 10 individual gene trees are not presented, so I cannot get an idea of the level of discordance across genealogies. What would be the result of Genealogical Concordance Phylogenetic Species Recognition (http://taylorlab.berkeley.edu/... Table 3 suggests that most of the divergence in the total evidence genealogy is caused by one gene (MPG1). Table 4 shows that there is also exclusive polymorphism at one gene in one of the wheat-infecting lineages. Is it sufficient to conclude that these lineages are reproductively isolated and form distinct phylogenetic species?