I am doing a phylogenetic analyses of two sets of proteins (A and B) that are functionally very closely related and share a large degree of sequence similarity. I have identified from various species protein sequences I want to include in the analyses (for both proteins). Each separate sequence was included based on their similarity / BLAST results to the known and characterized (functionally) proteins (A and B) in Arabidopsis. I am worried that some of the species included might however represent paralogs and not orthologs. Is there any analyses where I can "plug and play" the data that I have and see whether it comes out as orthologs (hypothetically then an orthologous group for protein A and one for protein B). I do not want to do an analyses where I search a database for orthologs, I want to ID it in the sequences I already have in my dataset (which were included obviously based on certain pre selected criteria).