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Figure S1. Continuous squared change parsimony optimization of centroid values for each of the five principal component (PC) axes defining niche breadth (see Methods), reconstructed on the molecular phylogenies of (A) oropendolas and caciques, (B) orioles, and (C) grackles and allies, respectively, using Mesquite (version 1.06).

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