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Figure S1. Most parsimonious tree (L = 13401) obtained from the complete molecular data set in equal weighting. Note the dubious position of Diploptera punctata within (Zetoborinae + Blaberinae).

bij12199-sup-0002-si.pdf556K

Figure S2. Result of the Bayesian analysis including all molecular data (ln L = −58999.58). Model GTR + I + Γ, with subdivision of protein coding gene according to nucleotide positions. Note that Diploptera punctata does not belong anymore to (Blaberinae + Zetoborinae).

bij12199-sup-0003-si.pdf529K

Figure S3. Most parsimonious tree obtained from the molecular data (without Thanatophyllum akinetum) in equal weighting (L = 13107). Sensitivity analyses are displayed as ‘Navajo rugs’ (black = monophyly; grey = paraphyly; white = polyphyly). Note that Diploptera punctata is not nested anymore within Zetoborinae.

bij12199-sup-0004-si.pdf543K

Figure S4. Result of the Bayesian analysis combining molecular, morphological and behavioural data (analysis E; for models used, see Table 5). Note the short internal branches within Blaberidae.

bij12199-sup-0005-si.doc31K

Doc S1. Phangorn_script.doc. Script used in Phangorn 1.3.0 for the randomization test.

bij12199-sup-0006-si.nex364K

File S1. Phylogenetic_matrix.nex. Phylogenetic matrix including behavioural, morphological, and molecular data.

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