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syen12043-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfPDF document532KFigure S1. Tree evaluation method. These two decision trees visually display the algorithm by which we delineated species. Part 1 starts using morphological groupings and part 2 starts using genetic groupings. The same outcome should be reached regardless of starting point. The line marked by * indicates a case where multiple morphotypes have identical COI sequences. Part 1 shows how one would start evaluating species boundaries based on morphological groupings and part 2 shows how one would start evaluating species boundaries based on monophyletic groupings in the COI tree. If COI haplotypes are identical across multiple morphotypes we would follow the dotted line on Part 2. Following the process in this figure we started from part 1. It is also possible to start at part 2 but this seemed impractical in most cases.
syen12043-sup-0002-TableS1.docxapplication/docx18KTable S1. This table lists each morphotype (named for lowest taxonomic designation ascertained) their abundance and their relative ecologies. Ecologies were determined by collection method. Individuals collected in bromeliads are designated with “bromeliad” ecology. Individuals collected in pitfall traps or manually collected in litter are designated “leaf litter species”. Individuals collected in the canopy are designated as “canopy” species. Individuals collected using other methods are designated as “other”.
syen12043-sup-0003-TableS2.docxapplication/docx18KTable S2. This table lists the updated list of types based on independent data from morphology and COI barcoding. Rows in bold indicate changes to original abundances because of association or splitting of groups. Numbers in the Δ column represent changes in abundance of that species due to association or splitting. Types with an abundance of zero are omitted.

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