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Fig. S1. Single marker phylogeny from Bayesian analysis of the molecular marker COI.

Fig. S2. Single marker phylogeny from Bayesian analysis of the molecular marker 18S.

Fig. S3. Single marker phylogeny from Bayesian analysis of the molecular marker 28S.

Fig. S4. Single marker phylogeny from Bayesian analysis of the molecular marker H3.

Fig. S5. Strict consensus from the combined total-evidence parsimony analysis, which recovered 160 trees of length 9454 [consistency index (CI) = 0.591, retention index (RI) = 0.528].

Fig. S6. Strict consensus from the parsimony analysis of concatenated molecular data, which recovered three trees of length 8897 (CI = 0.501, RI = 0.509).

Fig. S7. Strict consensus from the parsimony analysis of morphological data, which recovered 144 trees of length 342 (CI = 0.514, RI = 0.786).

Fig. S8. Morphological characters reconstructed onto the Bayesian total-evidence phylogeny, using slow optimization in WinClada.

Fig. S9. Morphological characters reconstructed onto the Bayesian total-evidence phylogeny for the Palpimanoidea taxa, using slow optimization in WinClada.

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