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ddi12186-sup-0001-AppendixS1.docWord document40KAppendix S1 Supplementary information on the acquisition and compilation of species distribution data.
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Appendix S2 Amphibian phylogenetic data acquisition, phylogenetic tree calibration and accession number for sequence retrieved in GenBank.

Figure S1 Maximum likelihood tree with highest likelihood for the European amphibians.

Table S1 Parameter estimates for the quadratic relationship between the species diversity (SD) and the phylogenetic diversity (QEPD) for the three taxonomic groups.

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Table S2 Parameter estimates for the linear relationship between the species diversity (SD) and the phylogenetic diversity (QEPD) for the three taxonomic groups.

Figure S2 Relationship between phylogenetic diversity (QEPD) and species diversity (SD) for the three groups of vertebrate.

Figure S3 Covariation of the species diversity (SD) among mammals, birds and amphibians.

Figure S4 Covariation of phylogenetic diversity (QEPD) among mammals, birds and amphibians.

Figure S5 Covariation of the residuals (QERES) of the quadratic relationship between the species diversity (SD) and the phylogenetic diversity (QEPD) among mammals birds and amphibians.

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Appendix S3 Supplementary analyses and details on the PAs assessment.

Table S3 Mean observed and expected percentage of representation of each convergence category (PC, positive convergence, NC, negative convergence, NeC, neutral convergence, D, divergence) within the 3 different protected area network. Standard deviation is indicated in the brackets.

Table S4 Mean observed value of QEPD within and outside PAs compared to the mean expected value of QEPD when PAs are randomly distributed (1000 randomisations).

Table S5 Observed mean percent of representation of each residuals category for mammals, birds and amphibians within the three different PAs networks.

Figure S6 Area of convergence and divergence across the 3 groups of vertebrates in Europe.

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