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Figure S1. Histogram with the lnBF values obtained for the comparisons of the two independent runs conducted on each of the 13 068 the simulation analyses in beast (a) and mcmctree (b).

Figure S2. Results of the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in beast.

Figure S3. Results of the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in mcmctree.

Table S1. Prior distributions used in the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in beast.

Table S2. Range of age values used for the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in beast.

Table S3. Prior distributions used in the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in mcmctree.

Table S4. Range of age values used for the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in mcmctree.

Table S5. Data about parameters used in the simulated calibration analyses conducted in beast.

Table S6. Data about parameters used in the simulated calibration analyses conducted in mcmctree.

Table S7. Data about specimen and nd5 sequences employed to test the performance of BFCA on a real DNA data set in the genus Carabus.

Table S8. Data about prior parameters used in the BFCA calibration analyses of the nd5 Carabus data set conducted in beast.

Table S9. Results of the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in beast.

Table S10. Results of the initial evaluation of incongruence limits in mcmctree.

Table S11. Evolutionary rates and tree root ages estimated for the Carabus nd5 data set.

Data S1. DNA extraction, purification and PCR reaction.

Data S2. Information on phylogenetic analyses conducted for the genus Carabus nd5 data set.

Data S3. Calibration hypotheses used for dating of genus Carabus.

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