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How best can we summarise sets of phylogenetic trees? Systematists have relied heavily on consensus methods, but if tree distributions can be partitioned into distinct subsets it may be helpful to provide separate summaries of these rather than relying entirely upon a single consensus tree. How sets of trees can most helpfully be partitioned and represented leads to many open questions, but one natural partitioning is provided by the islands of trees found during tree searches. Islands that aredoi:10.1093/sysbio/syab015 pmid:33749752 pmcid:PMC8513764 fatcat:vngz7rd5tndk5okc32jitztpl4