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Table S1 Loadings of a principal components analysis (PCA) used to summarize interspecific variation in eight life-history traits. Major loadings are shown in bold.

Table S2 Outputs of the model selection procedure for the geographic range size of Canadian freshwater fishes east of the continental divide. Overall, 384 models were compared using AICc (128 models including phylogeny under a Brownian model of evolution, 128 models including phylogeny under a Ornstein–Uhlenbeck model of evolution, 128 models excluding phylogeny). The table only shows the five models with ΔAIC < 2 (i.e. the best fit models). A cross indicates the variables that were included in the model. These five selected models were best fitted using the Ornstein–Uhlenbeck model of trait evolution as an expected covariance matrix.

Table S3 Outputs of the model selection procedure for the geographic range size of Canadian freshwater fishes that used the Mississippian refugium during the last ice age. Overall, 384 models were compared using AICc (128 models including phylogeny under a Brownian model of evolution, 128 models including phylogeny under a Ornstein–Uhlenbeck model of evolution, 128 models excluding phylogeny). The table only shows the four models with ΔAIC < 2 (i.e. the best fit models). A cross indicates the variables that were included in the model. These four selected models were best fitted using the Ornstein–Uhlenbeck model of trait evolution as an expected covariance matrix.

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