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Figure S1. Biogeographical zones recognized under the ecogeographical constraint (ECH), riverine barrier (RBH), watershed contraction (WCH) and current climate (CCH) hypotheses mapped onto the phylogenetic tree.

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Figures S2–S31. Results of principal component analyses of bioclimatic and morphological data carried out in phylogenetic (Figs S2–S17) and geographical (Figs S18–S31) contexts. BIO, FL, FR, VEG, VEG + FL and VEG + FR are bioclimatic, flower, fruit, vegetative, vegetative and flower, and vegetative and fruit variables, respectively. Number (2) after an abbreviation refers to a second analysis with the same set of variables, but excluding the species indicated in brackets.

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Table S1. List of qualitative characters used to separate specimens into groups.

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Table S2. List of operational taxonomic units (OTUs) included in this study with corresponding GenBank accession numbers for the different loci.

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Table S3. Statistics of the alignment.

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Table S4. List of quantitative characters measured for morphometric analyses.

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Table S5. Elevation and bioclimatic variables used in the principal component analyses and discriminant function analyses.

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