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syen12045-sup-0001-TableS1.docWord document85KTable S1. List of species included in the study. The suprageneric classification mentioned is that used by Drake & Davis (1960) for Tingidae.
syen12045-sup-0002-TableS2.docWord document33KTable S2. Primer used to generate DNA sequences.
syen12045-sup-0003-TableS3.docWord document121KTable S3. List of specimens included in the study with loci and GenBank accession numbers.
syen12045-sup-0004-TableS4.docWord document52KTable S4. Cost matrices [gap-transversion-transition (G/Tv/Ts), with extension gap weighted half of a gap] and length of phylogenetic trees for different datasets used in ILD calculation (tot, all taxa with all their sequences available; red, set reduced to the taxa that have the complete set of sequences; 28stot, taxa for which 28S sequences are available; 16tot, taxa for which 16S sequences are available, 28sred and 16sred, reduced set of taxa for which 28S and 16S sequences are available; cox1, cox2, trna: taxa sets for which cox1, cox2 and trna sequences are available; ILD tot, ILD test for the complete taxa set (some sequences missing); ILD red, ILD test for the complete set of sequences, and then for the reduced taxa set. Bold and grey background indicates lowest and highest ILD values.
syen12045-sup-0005-TableS5.docWord document44KTable S5. Comparisons of relationships recovered from the different datasets and cost matrices used. Tot, when considering the complete taxa set for the incomplete character set; Red, when considering the complete character set for a reduced taxa set; Morpho, for the morphological character set. 28S, 16S, Cox1, Cox2 and Leu-tRNA when loci analysed separately. Mol, when considering all the loci for the taxa set reduced (Red) or complete (Tot). C, Cantacaderini; P, Phatnomini; T, Tinginae sensu Drake & Davis (1960). The sign + indicates that the tribes are sister groups, and the following numbers refer to particularities in the relationships: *1, P paraphyletic with respect to the rest of T; *2, Phatnoma natensis sister group to Agramma suturalis, both sister group to the rest of T; *3, {P[(Europiella albipennis+C)+T]}; *4, Phatnoma natensis sister group to Leptoypha mutica, both sister group to the rest of T. *5 : Phatnoma natensis sister group to Leptoypha mutica, inside T; *6, Phatnoma natensis very basal; *7, Phatnoma natensis sister group to Gargaphia tiliae, inside T; *8, unresolved but C still outside; *9, Phatnoma natensis sister group to Agramma suturalis, inside T; *10, C inside T.
syen12045-sup-0006-AppendixS1.docWord document50KAppendix S1. Morphological characters used in the combined analysis. The numbers after Lis and Schuh refer to the character used by both authors (Lis, 1999; Schuh et al., 2006).
syen12045-sup-0007-AppendixS2.docWord document50KAppendix S2. Data matrix used in the analyses.

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