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Table S1 Sampling locations of the 17 populations of Tabebuia impetiginosa and the outgroups, Tabebuia ochracea (TOC), Tabebuia chrysotricha (TCH) and Cybstax antisyphilitica (CAM).

Table S2 Geographic coordinates of 153 T. impetiginosa occurrence records used in Species Distribution Modeling.

Table S3 The ten climate models used for Species Distribution Modeling.

Table S4 Values of True Skill Statistics (TSS), with mean and standard deviation, for all Species Distribution Models.

Table S5 Frequency of paleodistribution map classification in relation to the Species Distribution Modeling method. PLAH, Pleistocene Arc Hypothesis; PPPH, Amazonian South American seasonally dry forest Hypothesis; Both, pattern matches both hypotheses PLAH + PPPH; None, pattern does not match any hypotheses.

Table S6 Frequency of paleodistribution map classification in relation to the atmosphere–ocean general circulation model method. PLAH, Pleistocene Arc; PPPH, Amazonian South American seasonally dry forest Hypothesis; Both, pattern matches both hypotheses PLAH + PPPH; None, pattern does not match any hypotheses.

Table S7 Frequency of paleodistribution map classification in relation to the species distribution modelling (SDM) method and atmosphere–ocean general circulation model (AOGCM). PLAH, Pleistocene Arc; PPPH, Amazonian South American seasonally dry forest Hypothesis; Both, pattern matches both hypotheses PLAH + PPPH; None, pattern does not match any hypotheses. Column total is 12 for all AOGCMs (number of SDMs).

mec12071-sup-0002-TabS8.xlsapplication/msexcel476KTable S8 Occurrence records for Species Distribution Modeling in the Neotropical grid.
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