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Figure S1. Global biogeographical patterns of Viperidae (a) and Elapidae (b) species richness. The dashed lines identify the biogeographical limits of Cox (2001). NA, North American; SA, South American; Afr, African; Eur, Eurasian; Ori, Oriental; Aust, Australian.

Table S1. Pearson's correlation matrix among environmental variables.

Table S2. ‘Best’ environmental models (i.e. with ΔAIC ≤ 2) for the cell mean values of the phylogenetic (mean-P) and specific (mean-S) components from phylogenetic eigenvector regression, for Viperidae and Elapidae at the global scale.

Table S3. Regional ‘best’ environmental models (i.e. with ΔAIC ≤ 2) for the cell mean values of Viperidae and Elapidae mean body sizes (mean-BS) and for their phylogenetic (mean-P) and specific (mean-S) components.

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