This land plant phylogenetic tree depicts the relationships of animals, fungi, and plants, and major plant divisions. The tree on the right represents the relationships between land plants (Embryophyta). The bryophyte phylogeny is unknown, but the current proposal of a sister relationship between liverworts and mosses is shown. MYA stands for million years ago. The colonization of land by descendants of charophyte green algae marked a watershed moment in Earth's history, allowing for the evolution of the diverse terrestrial ecosystems we see today, as depicted in this land plant phylogenetic tree diagram. Go ahead and start using EdrawMax to create phylogenetic trees for your class.