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Table S1. Raw data used in our analyses: dietary hardness categories, PC scores for cranial morphology, mechanical advantage (MA) values, percentages of the jaw moment for the two major cranial muscles, and percentages of the two most used loading behaviors when feeding on hard foods.

Table S2. Maximum tensile and minimum compressive principal strains (ϵ11 and ϵ33, in MPa), and strain ratios across 10 nodes located in the rostrum and palate of Artibeus jamaicensis and Phyllostomus elongatus during bilateral molar (deep) biting simulations.

Table S3. Maximum tensile and minimum compressive principal strains (ϵ11 and ϵ33, in MPa), and strain ratios across 10 nodes located in the rostrum and palate of Artibeus jamaicensis and Phyllostomus elongatus during unilateral molar (deep) biting simulations.

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