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Figure S1. 50% majority rule consensus tree based on 54 000 post burn-in trees from four independent Bayesian analyses of the combined molecular plus morphological data set, including two species (Osmia longicornis and Osmia kohli) of which only morphological data were available.

Figure S2. 50% majority rule consensus tree based on 54 000 post burn-in trees from four independent Bayesian analyses of the morphological data set alone.

Table S1. Primers and polymerase chain reaction conditions used for amplification of the five genes: CAD, elongation factor1-α, long-wavelength rhodopsin, and wingless.

Table S2. Specimens used in the present study for DNA extraction, with collector, locality information, and GenBank accession numbers.

Table S3. Adult morphological characters and character states used in the present study. Terminology of bee morphology sensu Michener (2007).

Table S4. Morphological character matrix. ? = character could not be recorded as a result of a lack of specimens of this rare species.

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