Overlap-Disjunction Analysis (ODA) geophylogeny of the Goodeidae family of freshwater fish, Central Mexico. Tree nodes are located at the centroids of the region of disjunction or overlap between sister clade (subtree) ranges. Disjuction and marginal overlap between sister clade ranges are orange, high overlap is green. Tribe-level subclades are differentially coloured. Observations of terminal taxa are treated as polytomies from the first internal node. The root of the tree is 15 million years old, box divisions 5 million years. North circle is 100km diameter. Drainage is shown at the mid Miocene, late Miocene, Pliocene, Pleistocene and the present day. Drainage change was driven by the tectonic and volcanic activity that created the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt mountain range. Geophylogney built with Geophylobuilder for ArcGIS. 3D scene in ArcScene.