Diversity despite dispersal: colonization history and phylogeography of Hawaiian crab spiders inferred from multilocus genetic data
Version of Record online: 19 MAR 2009
© 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Volume 18, Issue 8, pages 1746–1764, April 2009
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GARB, J. E. and GILLESPIE, R. G. (2009), Diversity despite dispersal: colonization history and phylogeography of Hawaiian crab spiders inferred from multilocus genetic data. Molecular Ecology, 18: 1746–1764. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2009.04125.x
- Issue online: 1 APR 2009
- Version of Record online: 19 MAR 2009
- Received 25 October 2008; revision received 17 January 2009; accepted 26 January 2009
Fig. S1 Strict consensus of the six most parsimonious trees derived from mitochondrial DNA data (16S-ND1 + COI; 1381 characters, 430 parsimony informative).
Fig. S2 Strict consensus of 24 most parsimonious trees from analysis of nuclear protein coding gene elongation factor 1-α (EF1-α; 523 bp + 23 gapped characters, 164 variable character; 82 parsimony informative).
Fig. S3 Phylogram of one of two most parsimonious trees from combined mitochondrial and nuclear data (1927 characters, 635 variable, 464 parsimony informative).
Fig. S4 Fifty per cent majority rule consensus of the Bayesian posterior probability distribution of trees (post burn-in) for the combined data analysis of nine partitions (1: 16S + tRNA leu; 2–4: mt codon positions 1,2 and 3; 5–7: EF1-α codon positions 1,2 and 3; 8: EF1-α intron; 9: intron recoded gaps).
Table S1 Bootstrap and partitioned support values for select clades in combined parsimony analysis (Fig. S3) in comparison to bootstrap and clade posterior probability values in separate analyses of mitochondrial and nuclear data
Table S2 Node age for Hawaiian thomisids in millions of years. Numbers correspond to node labels in chronogram (Fig. 5), average and standard error from 500 bootstrap replicates. Shaded rows indicate nodes with support in Bayesian analyses > 0.95
Table S3 Posterior probability (PP) values of ancestral distributions for each node in the combined Bayesian tree (Fig. S4) determined in SIMMAP 1.0. Areas with highest values are labelled on their corresponding node in Fig. 6
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