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Figure S1. Molecular phylogeny of Cerithidea species produced by MrBayes analysis of 16S rRNA (A) and 28S rRNA (B) sequences, using Cerithideopsilla species as outgroup. Localities are abbreviated and followed by the last four digits of the registration or reference number (for full details, see Table S1). Support values are MrBayes posterior probabilities; only values > 0.95 (strong support) are shown.

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Figure S2. Molecular phylogeny of Cerithidea species produced by MrBayes analysis of concatenated COI + 28S rRNA (A) and COI + 16S rRNA + 28S rRNA (B) sequences, using Cerithideopsilla species as outgroup. Localities are abbreviated and followed by the last four digits of the registration or reference number (for full details, see Table S1). Support values are MrBayes posterior probabilities; only values > 0.95 (strong support) are shown.

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Table S1. Specimens of Cerithidea (abbreviated C.) used in this study, with GenBank accession numbers for 28S, 16S and COI sequences. Not all genes were sequenced for each specimen; unavailable sequences are indicated with a dash. Voucher locations: Natural History Museum, London (NHMUK); Berlin Museum of Natural History (ZMB); Muséum Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (MNHN). GenBank accession numbers beginning with AM were published by Reid et al. (2008). Outgroup taxa are the four species of Cerithideopsilla. Some of the Cerithidea species listed have appeared in recent literature under incorrect or invalid names: C. balteata [= C. ornata (G. B. Sowerby II, 1855)]; C. tonkiniana (= C. ornata of authors, not G. B. Sowerby II, 1855); C. quoyii and C. dohrni (together = C. quadrata G. B. Sowerby II, 1866); C. moerchii (= C. rhizophorarum of authors, not A. Adams, 1855).

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Table S2. Recorded habitat range of Cerithidea species. Shell thickness may indicate degree of exposure to crushing predation by crabs and other predators, as in Littoraria species, in which thickness is greatest in species that spend most time at lower tidal levels on trees (Reid, 1992). Symbols: ++, typical habitat; +, recorded habitat.

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