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Figure S1. Majority-rule parsimony tree from analysis of 16S data (software TNT, 1000 replicates, 10 random additions per replicate, using “classic search” and TBR branch swapping.

Figure S2. Majority-rule parsimony tree from analysis of COI data (software TNT, 1000 replicates, 10 random additions per replicate, using “classic search” and TBR branch swapping. End gaps were coded as missing data).

Figure S3. Majority-rule parsimony tree from combined analysis of 16S and COI data (software TNT, 1000 replicates, 10 random additions per replicate, using “classic search” and TBR branch swapping.

Figure S4. Same as Fig. 1, but monophyletic species have not been collapsed to a single terminal.

Figure S5. Same as Fig. 2, but monophyletic species have not been collapsed to a single terminal.

Figure S6. Same as Fig. 3, but monophyletic species have not been collapsed to a single terminal.

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