Tricolor Complex (part II). Most species of the Tricolor Complex are eastern, but one lineage is western: T. sierrensis, widespread; and T. olliei, north Pacific coast. The most apomorphic Torrrenticola (T. dimorpha) is recovered here in all analyses. Note that three species (T. pearsoni, T. hoosieri, and T. projector) are repeated in Figure 17. A Species guide (overview of 28S+COI analysis from Figure 7–8) B Overview of Tricolor Complex from Figure 9 (COI-only analysis from Figure 9) C Detail of Tricolor Complex (in part) from B C Detail of Tricolor Complex (in part) from Figure 9. Colored lineages in A and B correspond to Group names and brackets in C. Dots denote posterior probably of greater than 95%. Taxa are displayed by DNA number and state (U.S.) or territory (Canada) abbreviation.

  Part of: Fisher JR, Fisher DM, Skvarla MJ, Nelson WA, Dowling APG (2017) Revision of torrent mites (Parasitengona, Torrenticolidae, Torrenticola) of the United States and Canada: 90 descriptions, molecular phylogenetics, and a key to species. ZooKeys 701: 1-496.