icad12008-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfPDF document14898KFigure S1. Chromosome spreads obtained from seven Acanthoxyla specimens. The top three spreads have been interpreted as belonging to triploid individuals. The lower six spreads are from individuals which have been interpreted as diploid from chromosome spreads. Four of these spreads were from three individuals (Ax.Haa399, Ax.Pu398, and Ax.Daw471) whose leg tissue gave triploid results for flow cytometry. Ax.Rtk465 and Ax. Par503 were diploid according to both chromosome spreads and flow cytometry. Specimen codes are written in the top left of each picture, please refer to Table S1 for more information of each individual.
icad12008-sup-0002-TableS1.pdfPDF document47KTable S1. Location, morphospecies identification and PGI GenBank accession numbers for Acanthoxyla stick insects from New Zealand used in this study.
icad12008-sup-0003-TableS2.pdfPDF document43K Table S2. Sampling of Acanthoxyla stick insects for which we have multiple character data in this study (black) and previous work (grey).
icad12008-sup-0004-TableS3.pdfPDF document52K Table S3. Stick insects (Acanthoxyla sp.) specimens used to infer minimum spanning network of mtDNA sequences (COI and COII), showing haplogroup designations (A, B or C) as in Fig. 3a. Unique sequences are lodged in GenBank, either as a concatenated accession (one GenBank number) or two separate accessions (two GenBank numbers) in the case of Buckley et al., 2008. Where a specimen haplotype was identical to a published sequence the reference accession is indicated (sequence = xxxxxxx).

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