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Appendix S1 R codes.

Appendix S2 Supplementary material:

Table S1 Microhabitat assignment, geographic region, and species means for the seven morphological variables for 189 plethodontid salamander species.

Table S2 Comparison of AIC scores for the different models of character evolution.

Table S3 Correlation coefficients of microhabitat categories for Microhabitat~PC5.

Table S4 Multivariate PGLS on relationship between microhabitat use and morphology, using PC1–PC4 and PC6 as response variable (i.e. excluding PC5).

Table S5 Relationship between microhabitat and size-uncorrected morphological variables

Table S6 Relationship between microhabitat and morphology using the phylogeny with a root age of 48 Myr.

Table S7 Relationship between microhabitat and morphology using the phylogeny with a root age of 69 Myr.

Table S8 Eigenvalues, percentage variance explained, and loadings for the morphological variables for PC1–PC6 for the temperate plethodontid species.

Table S9 Relationship between microhabitat use (scenarios 1–6) and morphology for temperate species.

Table S10 Relationship between microhabitat use (scenarios 10–15) and morphology for temperate species.

Table S11 Eigenvalues, percentage variance explained, and loadings for the morphological variables for the tropical subgroup on PC1–PC6.

Table S12 Relationship between microhabitat use and morphology for tropical species.

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