The ancient Britons: groundwater fauna survived extreme climate change over tens of millions of years across NW Europe
Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2014
© 2014 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Volume 23, Issue 5, pages 1153–1166, March 2014
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McInerney, C. E., Maurice, L., Robertson, A. L., Knight, L. R. F. D., Arnscheidt, J., Venditti, C., Dooley, J. S. G., Mathers, T., Matthijs, S., Eriksson, K., Proudlove, G. S. and Hänfling, B. (2014), The ancient Britons: groundwater fauna survived extreme climate change over tens of millions of years across NW Europe. Molecular Ecology, 23: 1153–1166. doi: 10.1111/mec.12664
- Issue online: 26 FEB 2014
- Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2014
- Accepted manuscript online: 16 JAN 2014 12:00AM EST
- Manuscript Accepted: 30 DEC 2013
- Manuscript Revised: 23 DEC 2013
- Manuscript Received: 18 OCT 2013
- EPA Ireland (STRIVE). Grant Number: 2007-W-MS-1-S1
- Belgian Science Policy Department
- Linnean Society Systematics Association
- University of Hull
- British Cave Research Association
- British Geological Survey
- Roehampton University
- Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
|mec12664-sup-0001-TabS1.xlsx||application/msexcel||58K||Table S1 Data included in the analyses including post-hoc taxonomic classification as operational taxonomic unit (OTU), subset of OTUs used in the supermatrix analysis, geographic information for samples including country, location and latitude and longitude coordinates decimalized are provided (collected from publications or approximated from sample site name and country information). Genes included (28S, COI, 12S, 16S) and GenBank accession numbers for sequences, and the phylogenetic lineage, and source of the published data used in this study. (Separate Excel spreadsheet) are listed.|
Table S2 List of PCR primer pairs and sequencing primers used in this study.
Table S3 Overview of genetic data from this study and the additional eight published data sets included in the analyses.
Table S4 Outgroup taxa, genes used (28S, COI, 18S, EF-1a) and the Genbank accession numbers for sequences used in the phylogenetic analyses.
Table S5 Total species richness of Niphargus and species richness standardised for area across eight geographic regions in Europe.
Table S6 Geographical coordinates of the location of the MRCA for each node with a posterior probability (PP) >0.5 based on the Bayesian ancestral state reconstruction.
Table S7 Examples of endemic taxa of Britain and Ireland, including taxonomic group and details of the distribution.
Fig. S1 Phylogeny of cytochrome oxidase subunit I haplotypes inferred using the Maximum Composite Likelihood Method in combination with Neighbour-Joining.
Fig. S2 Phylogeny of 28S haplotypes inferred using the Maximum composite Likelihood method in combination with Neighbour-Joining.
Fig. S3 Multi-gene phylogeny of the species level data set based on a MrBayes analysis.
Fig. S4 Maximum clade credibility chronogram inferred from a molecular dating analysis using the beast software.
Fig. S5 ID's for the nodes used in the ancestral state reconstruction of latitude and longitude.
Data S1 Supplementary methods.
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