Fig. S1 Number of liana species in the 10 most dominant families based on the inventories.

Fig. S2 Fifty percent consensus rule cladogram of trees resulting from Bayesian analysis.

Fig. S3 Placements of 13 missing genera.

Fig. S4 Inferred ancestral areas based on DIVA with the addition of 13 genera not sampled in our molecular analyses.

Fig. S5 Sliding window analysis of the net diversification rate.

Fig. S6 Confidence intervals of expected clade diversity (log scale) according to age of stem group.

Fig. S7 Ancestral vegetation type reconstruction for Menispermaceae.

Table S1 Genera of Menispermaceae indicating the number of recognized and sampled species, geographic distributions, and vegetation types

Table S2 Taxa, voucher and GenBank accession numbers for the sequences used in this study

Table S3 Primers used for amplification and sequencing in this study

Table S4 Partitioning strategies used in this study

Table S5 Fossil calibration points used in this study as minimum age constraints

Table S6 Age and diversification rates estimated for the nodes of interest in the Menispermaceae

Notes S1 Expanded Materials and Methods, and Results and Discussion.

Notes S2 Data matrix of 14 morphological characters and character states used in this study.

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