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Figure S1. Electron microscopy of megascleres of Ephydatia syriaca (a, b, c) and Cortispongilla barroisi (d, e, f). Megascleres (g, h), gemmoscleres (i) of Ephydatia fluviatilis.

Figure S2. Maximum likelihood phylogenetic tree based on comparisons of 487 bp cox I gene of 27 freshwater sponge species. Nodes are characterized by bootstrap percentages (BP > 50%) and Bayesian posterior probabilities (PP > 0.9): ML/BI. Corvomeyenia sp. (Metaniidae) was used as outgroup. Species sharing identical sequences are not included as separate taxa in the analyses. cox I sequences from Cortispongilla barroisi and Ephydatia syriaca were identical with sequences from Ephydatia fluviatilis (DQ176777).

Figure S3. Maximum likelihood phylogenetic tree based on comparisons of 290 bp of the 28S rRNA gene of 6 freshwater sponge species. Nodes are characterized by bootstrap percentages (BP > 50%) and Bayesian posterior probabilities (PP > 0.9): ML/BI. Scopalina ruetzleri (Halichondrida; Dictyonellidae) was used as outgroup.

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