Host conservatism, host shifts and diversification across three trophic levels in two Neotropical forests
Article first published online: 23 JAN 2012
© 2012 The Authors. Journal of Evolutionary Biology © 2012 European Society For Evolutionary Biology
Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Volume 25, Issue 3, pages 532–546, March 2012
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WILSON, J. S., FORISTER, M. L., DYER, L. A., O’CONNOR, J. M., BURLS, K., FELDMAN, C. R., JARAMILLO, M. A., MILLER, J. S., RODRÍGUEZ-CASTAÑEDA, G., TEPE, E. J., WHITFIELD, J. B. and YOUNG, B. (2012), Host conservatism, host shifts and diversification across three trophic levels in two Neotropical forests. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25: 532–546. doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02446.x
- Issue published online: 13 FEB 2012
- Article first published online: 23 JAN 2012
- Received 17 October 2011; revised 23 November 2011; accepted 1 December 2011
Figure S1 Bayesian consensus trees of Piper from the combined dataset (ITS and psbJ-petA), redrawn from Jaramillo et al. (2008).
Figure S2 Bayesian consensus tree and divergence dates of Piper based on the ITS dataset estimated from BEAST.
Figure S3 Bayesian consensus tree and divergence dates of Eois based on COI estimated from BEAST.
Figure S4 (a) Bayesian consensus tree of Eois based on EF1-α estimated using MrBayes. Branch colors indicate host plant affiliations based on parsimony reconstructions. Tree is drawn as a cladogram for ease of visualization of host plant affiliations and posterior probabilities are reported at nodes. Terminal taxa names contain the voucher number and the species or morphospecies name (see Appendix 1 for details). (b) Bayesian consensus tree of Eois based on EF1-α with branch lengths to illustrate sequence divergence.
Figure S5 Examples of the morphological diversity observed in the cryptic species complex E. nympha from Clade A (Fig. 1).
Table S1 Detailed information about the Eois specimens used in this study including species identification numbers [corresponding to rearing numbers given in Dyer and Gentry (2002) and Dyer et al. (2011)], voucher numbers, host associations, collection localities, and GenBank accession numbers.
Table S2 Detailed information about the Piper specimens used in this study including species names, host associations, collection localities, voucher identification numbers, and GenBank accession numbers.
Table S3 Detailed information about the Parapanteles specimens used in this study including species identification numbers, host associations, plant associations, and GenBank accession numbers.
Table S4 Details of amplification and sequencing primers used in this study are indicated along with annealing temperatures and references.
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