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Fig. S1 Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Adineta. The consensus of 40 000 sampled trees from Bayesian analysis of COX1 mtDNA data sets is shown under a GTR + inv + gamma substitution model. Posterior probabilities above 0.80 are shown above each branch. White diamonds indicate monophyletic taxonomic species; closed circles indicate independent clusters. Name of each individual refers to the species, the country, the number of site within that country for that species and the number of individual from that site if several were isolated, for example, Adineta vaga. UK.5.2 refers to the second sample from site 5 in UK for A. vaga.

Fig. S2 Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Rotaria. The consensus of 40 000 sampled trees from Bayesian analysis of COX1 mtDNA data sets is shown under a GTR + inv + gamma substitution model. Posterior probabilities above 0.80 are shown above each branch. White diamonds indicate monophyletic taxonomic species; closed circles indicate independent clusters. Name of each individual refers to the species, the country, the number of site within that country for that species and the number of individual from that site if several were isolated, for example, R.macr.IT.1.1 refers to the first sample from site 1 in Italy for Rotaria macrura.

Table S1 List of analysed individuals, with identification of traditional species, GenBank Accession no., sample name (refer to Fontaneto et al. 2007a for more details), country of origin, and approximate geographical coordinates

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