Database screenshot. We stored the set of tools created in this study in an ongoing database referred to as CAARD. The database can be navigated via a phylogenetic tree, inferred based on all processed Jrof AMLR sequences. The tree is dynamic and allows the user to retrieve information from the database in different ways. Colored features link to the different datasheets stored, we have divided in 2 main sections – "Ancestral ML reconstruction" and "Models". Each section is divided in subsections as indicated in the Figure.