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Figure S1. Mean species range size of each species-rich lineage based on the number of islands where extant species have been reported. Only archipelagos with high sample sizes (Canary Islands and Hawai'i) are represented.

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Table S1. Description of Hawaiian lineages included in the study, showing the number of constituent endemic species (# end), growth form (habit), fruit type (DF, dry fruit; FF, fleshy fruit) and mean range size across species (for species-rich lineages) or distribution range (for monotypic lineages) (D). Inferred character states of putative ancestors in growth form and fruit type were based on published studies (see reference list below). Each lineage is typically designated by its genus name (together with the authority at first mention). Abbreviations for fruits: ACH, achene; ACH-cy, cypsela; ACH-ca, caryopsis; ANT, anthocarp; BER, berry or berry-like; CAP, capsule; DRU, drupe; FOL, follicle; NUC, nucule, nutlet; POD, pod; SIL, silicula, siliqua; SCH, schizocarp, mericarp; UTR, utricle; ???, unknown state for putative ancestor.

Table S2. Description of Canarian lineages included in the study, showing the number of constituent endemic species (# end), growth form (habit), fruit type (DF, dry fruit; FF, fleshy fruit) and mean range size across species (for species-rich lineages) or distribution range (for monotypic lineages) (D). Inferred character state of putative ancestors in growth form and fruit type was based on published studies (see reference list below). Each lineage is typically designated by its genus name (together with the authority at first mention). Abbreviations for fruits are the same as in Table S1.

Table S3. Description of Galápagos lineages included in the study, showing the number of constituent endemic species (# end), growth form (habit), fruit type (DF, dry fruit; FF, fleshy fruit) and mean range size across species (for species-rich lineages) or distribution range (for monotypic lineages) (D). Inferred character state of putative ancestors in growth form and fruit type was based on published studies (see reference list below). Each lineage is typically designated by its genus name (together with the authority at first mention). Abbreviations for fruits are the same as in Table S1.

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