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Figure S1. Map of the distributions within the African continent of all Nucras species used in the phylogenetic analyses. The key to the coloration (for genetic clades) and patterns (for morphological clusters) within each species distribution is shown to the right of the map. Countries are labelled and each species is labelled in italic font. Distributions for the species were adapted from Branch (1998)) and Spawls et al. (2006).

Figure S2. Phylogenetic tree of the genus Nucras based on the combined partial 16S, ND4, RAG1 and KIAA-2018 gene regions and inferred by BI and ML (Bayesian topology shown). Sample numbers are indicated at terminal tips, and species names are given. Nodes are considered supported if posterior probabilities > 0.95 (estimated using Bayesian inference) and/or bootstrap values > 75% (using maximum likelihood analyses).

Table S1. List of specimens used for the phylogenetic analyses. Genus, species, museum, and field accession numbers are given, as well as EMBL-Bank accession numbers, for the two mitochondrial (16S, ND4) and two nuclear (RAG1, KIAA-2018) gene fragments sequenced.

Table S2. List of specimens used for the morphometric analyses. Genus, species, museum, and field accession numbers are given, as well as an indication of whether the specimen was used in the linear morphometric and geometric morphometric analyses.

Table S3. List of specimens used for the performance analyses (all specimens were caught in the field). Species, sample size for performance analyses, and field accession numbers are given.

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