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ede503-sup-0001_figureS1.pdf59KFig. S1. List of studied specimens. Abbreviations: ZMB, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin; MNHN, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris; BMNH, Natural History Museum London; UMZC, Museum of Zoology Cambridge; IRSNB, Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgiques; VH, Vera Weisbecker personal collection.
ede503-sup-0001_figureS2.pdf31KFig. S2.Parsimov results for the cranial dataset with all data coded, including ties. Elements in bold face are common to both ACCTRAN and DELTRAN reconstructions.
ede503-sup-0001_figureS3.pdf23KFig. S3.Parsimov results for the cranial dataset with ties recoded as missing data. Elements in bold face are common to both ACCTRAN and DELTRAN reconstructions.
ede503-sup-0001_figureS4.pdf37KFig. S4.Parsimov results for the postcranial dataset with all data coded, including ties. Elements in bold face are common to both ACCTRAN and DELTRAN reconstructions.
ede503-sup-0001_figureS5.pdf24KFig. S5.Parsimov results for the postcranial dataset with ties recoded as missing data. Elements in bold face are common to both ACCTRAN and DELTRAN reconstructions.

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