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ddi944-sup-0001-AppendixS1.docWord document396K Appendix S1 Number of records obtained for each species, with sources of information.
ddi944-sup-0002-Table S1.docWord document1314K Table S1 Species occurrence records used to generate the distribution models.
ddi944-sup-0003-Figure S1.docWord document175K Figure S1 A scheme of the phylogenetic relationship between the species of this study. This scheme was used to calculate the taxonomic distance by counting the number of nodes between each pair of species. This topology was based on the morphological and molecular phylogeny of the higher taxonomic categories.
ddi944-sup-0004-FigureS2.docWord document545K Figure S2 The predicted occurrence area for the 14 species of this study for the current climatic scenario. In the upper left, a map of South America showing Brazil (gray) and the distribution of the original Atlantic Rainforest (black).
ddi944-sup-0005-FigureS3.docWord document609K Figure S3 The predicted occurrence area for the 14 species of this study for the current climatic scenario. In the upper left, a map of South America showing Brazil (gray) and the distribution of the original Atlantic Rainforest (black).
ddi944-sup-0006-Figure S4.docWord document624K Figure S4 The predicted occurrence area for the 14 species of this study for the palaeoclimatic scenario of 21,000 years ago. In the upper left, a map of South America showing Brazil (gray) and the distribution of the original Atlantic Rainforest (black).

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