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ece3702-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF63KFigure S1. Geographic origin of the 191 Bartonella gltA genome sequences used in this study.
ece3702-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF308KFigure S2. Phylogeographic origin of the 131 Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu lato gltA genome sequences from true rats analyzed in a Bayesian framework, with full sequence details at the branch tips. Details are: Region_Species_CountryGenBankReference_YearIsolated. For full details, see table S1. All other features match those in Figure 1. Posterior probabilities are shown as circles (●), scaled from 0 to 1 (posterior.prob), colored by the probability of the geographic origin (state.prob), with geographic region (states) shown by colored branches. Internal branches are colored by the region (states) with the most support (state.prob). The scale bar shows substitutions per site.
ece3702-sup-0003-FigureS3.pdfapplication/PDF290KFigure S3. (A) Phylogeographic origin of 191 Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu lato gltA genome sequences from Murinae analyzed. Posterior probabilities are shown as circles (●), scaled from 0 to 1 (posterior.prob), colored by the probability of the geographic origin (state.prob), with geographic region (states) shown by colored branches. Internal branches are colored by the region (states) with the most support (state.prob). The scale bar shows substitutions per site. Major clades discussed in the text are labeled A-F. The location of previously named Bartonella is given: Bartonella rattaustraliani; Bartonella queenslandensis; Bartonella coopersplainsensis; Bartonella tribocorum; Bartonella rattimassiliensis; and Bartonella phoceensis. (B) As A, but with the background colored according to the geographic origin (states) with most support (state.prob). Full details of the sequences used are given in Figure S4 and Table S1.
ece3702-sup-0004-FigureS4.pdfapplication/PDF325KFigure S4. Phylogeographic origin of the 191 Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu lato gltA genome sequences from Murinae analyzed in a Bayesian framework, with full sequence details at the branch tips. Details are: Region_Species_CountryGenBankReference_YearIsolated. For full details, see table S1. All other features match those in Figure S3. Posterior probabilities are shown as circles (●), scaled from 0 to 1 (posterior.prob), colored by the probability of the geographic origin (state.prob), with geographic region (states) shown by colored branches. Internal branches are colored by the region (states) with the most support (state.prob). The scale bar shows substitutions per site.
ece3702-sup-0005-FigureS5.pdfapplication/PDF312KFigure S5. Host origin of the 131 Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu lato gltA genome sequences from true rats analyzed in a Bayesian framework, with full sequence details at the branch tips. Details are: Region_Species_CountryGenBankReference_YearIsolated. For full details, see table S1. All other features match those in Figure 2. Posterior probabilities are shown as circles (●), scaled from 0 to 1 (posterior.prob), colored by the probability of the host origin (state.prob), with host (states) shown by colored branches. Internal branches are colored by the host (states) with the most support (state.prob). The scale bar shows substitutions per site.
ece3702-sup-0006-FigureS6.pdfapplication/PDF302KFigure S6. (A) Host genus origin of 191 Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu lato gltA genome sequences from Murinae analyzed. Posterior probabilities are shown as circles (●), scaled from 0 to 1 (posterior.prob), colored by the probability of the host origin (state.prob), with host (states) shown by colored branches. Internal branches are colored by the host (states) with most support (state.prob). The scale bar shows substitutions per site. Major clades discussed in the text are labeled A, G and H. The location of previously named Bartonella is given: Bartonella rattaustraliani; Bartonella queenslandensis; Bartonella coopersplainsensis; Bartonella tribocorum; Bartonella rattimassiliensis; and Bartonella phoceensis. B) As above, but with the background colored according to the host origin (states) with the most support (state.prob). Full details of the sequences used are given in Figure S7 and Table S1.
ece3702-sup-0007-FigureS7.pdfapplication/PDF340KFigure S7. Host genus origin of the 191 Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu late gltA genome sequences from Murinae analyzed in a Bayesian framework, with full sequence details at the branch tips. Details are: Region_Species_CountryGenBankReference_YearIsolated. All other features match those in Figure S6. Posterior probabilities are shown as circles (●), scaled from 0 to 1 (posterior.prob), colored by the probability of the host origin (state.prob), with host (states) shown by colored branches. Internal branches are colored by the host (states) with the most support (state.prob). The scale bar shows substitutions per site.
ece3702-sup-0008-TableS1.docxWord document56KTable S1. The Bartonella elizabethae complex sensu lato citrate synthase gene, gltA, sequence data used in this analysis.

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