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Fig. S1 Karyotypes and images of the faces of the four sexual species of Warramaba (W. picta, P125, P169, P196) and the two ‘phylads’ of the parthenogenetic species W. virgo. Also indicated are band sizes of EcoR1 digests and the location of key C-bands and associated 18S + 26S ribosomal RNA cistrons (Dennis et al., 1981; Schweizer et al., 1983; White et al., 1982).

Fig. S2 Phylogenetics relationships within the sexual Warramaba species P169 and P196 according to a) allozyme data (Honeycutt and Wilkinson, 1989) and b) mtDNA sequence data (COI, this study).

Fig. S3 Haplotype network for the P196 sexual lineage, showing key nesting levels.

Fig. S4 Haplotype network for the P169 sexual lineage and the Boulder-Zanthus Phylad of the parthenogenetic species Warramaba virgo, showing key nesting levels.

Fig. S5 Haplotype network for the Standard Phylad of the parthenogenetic species Warramaba virgo, showing key nesting levels.

Table S1 Raw COI sequence data for all specimens used in the present study. Sample tube number, species, haplotype name, site, latitude, longitude and nesting levels are also provided.

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