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Data on Arthropod Trees

List of cladograms tested for their correspondence with stratigraphic data. For each group, data are listed in order, as follows:

Arthropoda(1)

7

2897

396

237

569

86.330687

6.75

4

0.8

15.75

0.52108

Camb-Carb

Ballard et al. (1992, fig. 3.)

Arthropoda(2)

6

3089

343

159

343

88.896083

100

2

0.5

53

0

Camb-Sil

Bacetti (1979, fig. 11.4.)

Arthropoda(3)

8

4113

463

173

463

88.74301

100

4

0.8

95.5

0

Camb-Dev

Boudreaux (1979, implicit in text)

Arthropoda(4)

28

2953

1018

220

1018

65.526583

100

12

0.46154

97

0

Camb-Carb

Briggs and Fortey (1989, fig. 1. )

Arthropoda(5)

5

2454

-

159

159

93.520782

100

3

1

81.5

-

Camb-Sil

Cisne (1974, fig. 3.)

Arthropoda(6)

18

4457

1444

572

2208

67.601526

1

8

0.5

53

0.46699

Camb-Rec

Moura and Christoffersen (1996, fig. 1. )

Arthropoda(7)

5

2281

173

173

332

92.415607

20.25

3

1

56.5

1

Camb-Dev

Paulus (1979, fig. 6.1.)

Arthropoda(8)

5

1916

-

159

159

91.701461

100

3

1

82

-

Camb-Sil

Weygoldt (1979, fig. 3.10.)

Lobopodia

8

1159

346

259

505

70.146678

6.75

4

0.66667

63.75

0.64634

Camb-Carb

Budd (1993, fig. 4.)

Onychophora

9

269

606

572

865

-125.27881

3.5

7

1

1.75

0.88396

Camb-Rec

Hou and Bergstrom (1995, fig. 7.)

Onychophora

9

269

572

572

865

-112.63941

3.5

7

1

1.75

1

Camb-Rec

Monge-Najera (1995, fig. 2. )

Atelocerata(1)

9

2305

1342

413

1412

41.778742

46.5

3

0.42857

39.25

0.07007

Sil-Rec

Briggs et al. (1992, fig. 2. (Atelocerata))

Atelocerata(2)

9

2305

1370

413

1412

40.563991

72.25

2

0.28571

92

0.04204

Sil-Rec

Wills et al. (1994, fig. 11. (Atelocerata))

Atelocerata(3)

10

2381

1356

413

1512

43.049139

59

4

0.5

94.25

0.14195

Sil-Rec

Wills et al. (1998, fig. 2.1. (Atelocerata))

Chilopoda(1)

5

804

961

413

1261

-19.527363

38.25

1

0.33333

57.75

0.35377

Sil-Rec

Dohle (1985, fig. 6.)

Chilopoda(2)

4

804

748

374

848

6.965174

100

1

0.5

100

0.21097

Sil-Paleog

Dohle (1985, fig. 2a.)

Chilopoda(2)

4

804

648

374

848

19.402985

36.75

1

0.5

53.25

0.42194

Sil-Paleog

Dohle (1985, fig. 2b.)

Julida(1)

8

134

229

56

314

-70.895522

62.5

2

0.33333

75.75

0.32946

Paleog-Rec

Enghoff (1981, fig. 2.)

Julida(2)

6

704

1174

313

1174

-66.761364

100

1

0.25

81.25

0

Carb-Rec

Enghoff (1981, fig. 1.)

Julida(3)

15

134

414

56

706

-208.95522

89.75

6

0.46154

93.5

0.44923

Paleog-Rec

Enghoff (1991, fig. 25.)

Insecta(3)

7

1792

845

399

1001

52.845982

60.25

3

0.6

39.5

0.25914

Dev-Rec

Stys et al. (1993, fig. 4a.)

Insecta(3)

7

1792

839

399

1001

53.180804

40.25

3

0.6

38

0.2691

Dev-Rec

Stys et al. (1993, fig. 4b.)

Insecta(3)

7

1792

931

399

1001

48.046875

82

2

0.4

68

0.11628

Dev-Rec

Stys et al. (1993, fig. 4c.)

Insecta(1)

24

5876

1903

399

3700

67.614023

4.75

11

0.5

10.5

0.54438

Dev-Rec

Brusca and Brusca (1990, fig. 49.)

Insecta(2)

29

6641

2728

399

4930

58.921849

19.8

9

0.333333

79.7

0.485985

Dev-Rec

Rasnitsyn (1998, fig. 18.1.)

Hexapoda(1)

8

2358

636

399

834

73.02799

38.75

2

0.33333

75.75

0.45517

Dev-Rec

Kristensen (1975, fig. 1.)

Hexapoda(2)

15

3510

1047

290

1365

70.17094

94.5

5

0.38462

96

0.29581

Carb-Paleog

Kristensen (1975, fig. 8.)

Ephemeroptera

19

1715

1396

210

2275

18.600583

28.75

8

0.47059

98

0.42567

Jur-Rec

Edmunds (1962, fig. 1. )

Rectracheata

13

888

995

210

1842

-12.04955

13

6

0.54546

23.5

0.519

Jur-Rec

McCafferty (1991, fig. 4. )

Setisura

4

163

333

124

333

-104.29448

100

0

0

100

0

Cret-Rec

McCafferty (1991, fig. 2. )

Calypterygoidea

6

208

400

152

704

-92.307692

32.75

2

0.5

29.5

0.55073

Jur-Rec

Heymer (1975, fig. 16.)

Plecoptera

15

1185

1262

258

2685

-6.49789

17

7

0.53846

11

0.58632

Perm-Rec

Nelson (1984, fig. 2c. )

Plecoptera

15

1185

1363

258

2685

-15.021097

38.5

7

0.53846

15.75

0.54471

Perm-Rec

Nelson (1984, fig. 3b.)

Plecoptera

15

1185

1352

258

2685

-14.092827

32.75

7

0.53846

14.75

0.54924

Perm-Rec

Nelson (1984, fig. 3c.)

Plecoptera

15

1185

1127

258

2685

4.894515

11.75

8

0.61538

5.75

0.64194

Perm-Rec

Nelson (1984, fig. 3d.)

Plecoptera

15

1185

960

258

2685

18.987342

4.25

8

0.61538

7.5

0.71075

Perm-Rec

Nelson (1984, fig. 3e.)

Plecoptera

15

1185

1084

258

2685

8.523207

8.75

7

0.53846

15.75

0.65966

Perm-Rec

Nelson (1984, fig. 3f.)

Blattoneoptera

7

1408

834

290

867

40.767045

100

1

0.2

100

0.05719

Carb-Paleog

Kukalova-Peck and Peck (1993, fig. 23.)

Dictyoptera

6

665

829

325

1285

-24.661654

61.75

1

0.25

100

0.475

Carb-Rec

Thorne et al. (1992, fig. 2. )

Orthoptera

7

1633

622

179

642

61.910594

100

1

0.2

100

0.0432

Carb-Cret

Duncan (1996, @)

Dermaptera

8

413

649

157

843

-57.142857

75.75

2

0.33333

95.75

0.2828

Jur-Rec

Popham (1965, fig. 49.)

Forficulina

9

302

626

157

1111

-107.28477

37

1

0.14286

78

0.50839

Jur-Rec

Haas (1955, fig. 7. (Haplodiplatys and above))

Hemiptera(1)

4

598

350

237

350

41.471572

100

1

0.5

83.75

0

Tri-Rec

Bourgoin (1986, fig. 12.)

Hemiptera(1)

4

598

350

237

350

41.471572

100

1

0.5

84.5

0

Tri-Rec

Bourgoin (1986, fig. 13.)

Hemiptera(1)

4

598

350

237

350

41.471572

100

1

0.5

82.75

0

Tri-Rec

Bourgoin (1986, fig. 14.)

Hemiptera(2)

11

1611

649

292

1601

59.714463

0.75

7

0.77778

3.5

0.72727

Perm-Rec

von Dohlen (1995, fig. 1. (Thysanoptera and above))

Hemiptera(3)

10

1611

385

253

1309

76.1018

7

6

0.75

7.25

0.875

Perm-Paleog

von Dohlen (1995, fig. 6. (superfamily level))

Cicadelloidea

4

216

146

146

368

32.407407

25.25

1

0.5

51.75

1

Cret-Rec

Dietrich and Deitz (1993, fig. 31. (family level))

Cimicomorpha

16

870

1556

178

1978

-78.850575

82.75

4

0.28571

95

0.23444

Jur-Rec

Schuh and Stys (1991, fig. 1. (family level))

Gerromorpha(1)

8

407

467

124

585

-14.742015

72.5

2

0.33333

95.75

0.25597

Cret-Rec

Spence and Anderson (1994, fig. 1. (family level))

Gerromorpha(2)

8

407

467

124

585

-14.742015

76.5

2

0.33333

95.75

0.25597

Cret-Rec

Anderson (1979, fig. 9. )

Aphidoidea

9

805

509

123

509

36.770186

100

5

0.71429

71.25

0

Cret-Neog

Heie (1987, @)

Nepomorpha

11

1202

1055

237

1405

12.229617

37

6

0.66667

37.5

0.29966

Tri-Rec

Rieger (1976, fig. 58.)

Nepomorpha(2)

10

1202

818

237

1168

31.946755

22

6

0.75

22.75

0.37594

Tri-Rec

Mahner (1993, fig. 6.3.)

Coccoidea

5

195

-

0

0

100

100

3

1

100

-

Paleog

Miller and Miller, fig. 8. (family level))

Membracoidea

5

259

124

124

361

52.123552

7

2

0.66667

20.75

1

Cret-Rec

Dietrich and Deitz (1993, fig. 31. (family level))

Thysanoptera

8

429

707

157

827

-64.801865

100

1

0.16667

100

0.1791

Jur-Rec

Crespi et al. (1996, fig. 1a.)

Thysanoptera

8

429

707

157

827

-64.801865

100

2

0.33333

100

0.1791

Jur-Rec

Crespi et al. (1996, fig. 1b.)

Psocodea

7

1577

553

300

768

64.933418

20

4

0.8

19.75

0.4594

Carb-Paleog

Lyal (1985, fig. 1. )

Neuroptera(1)

5

841

135

113

344

83.947681

5.25

2

0.66667

13

0.90476

Tri-Cret

Oswald (1995, fig. 1. (Psychopsidae to Ascalaphidae))

Neuroptera(2)

4

853

268

201

447

68.581477

34.25

1

0.5

100

0.72764

Carb-Cret

Stys and Bilinsky (1990, fig. 5a)

Neuroptera(2)

4

853

268

201

447

68.581477

17.5

1

0.5

50.5

0.72764

Carb-Cret

Stys and Bilinsky (1990, fig. 5b)

Neuroptera(2)

4

853

201

201

447

76.436108

8.5

2

1

8.5

1

Carb-Cret

Stys and Bilinsky (1990, fig. 5c)

Neuroptera(2)

4

853

380

201

447

55.451348

100

1

0.5

100

0.27236

Carb-Cret

Stys and Bilinsky (1990, fig. 5e)

Neuroptera(2)

4

853

447

201

447

47.596717

100

0

0

100

0

Carb-Cret

Stys and Bilinsky (1990, fig. 5f)

Neuroptera(3)

5

853

772

325

772

9.495897

100

0

0

100

0

Carb-Rec

Stys and Bilinsky (1990, fig. 5d)

Coleoptera(1)

10

1430

868

208

1040

39.300699

64.75

3

0.375

36.5

0.20673

Tri-Paleog

Butler and Leone (1967, fig. 1. )

Coleoptera(2)

15

1963

857

173

1217

56.342333

20.75

6

0.46154

32.25

0.34483

Tri-Paleog

Howland and Hewitt (1995, fig. 6.)

Adephaga(1)

8

1044

472

237

852

54.789272

2.75

3

0.5

9

0.61789

Tri-Rec

Baehr (1979, @)

Adephaga(2)

6

979

412

214

443

57.916241

72.75

1

0.25

100

0.13537

Tri-Neog

Beutel (1992, fig. 14.)

Adephaga(3)

7

1044

504

214

615

51.724138

49

2

0.4

52.25

0.27681

Tri-Neog

Beutel (1993, fig. 30.)

Adephaga(4)

8

1044

612

237

852

41.37931

19

1

0.16667

78.25

0.39024

Tri-Rec

Beutel (1995, @)

Adephaga(5)

16

1361

1455

237

1694

-6.906686

24.5

7

0.466667

17.5

0.164036

Tri-Rec

Kavanaugh (1986, fig. 22.)

Geadephaga

6

268

556

206

968

-107.46269

23.75

2

0.5

46.5

0.54068

Jur-Rec

Regenfu_ (1975, fig. 2.)

Scarabaeoidea

13

330

635

210

2400

-92.424242

13.25

5

0.45455

40

0.80594

Jur-Rec

Browne and Scholtz (1995, fig. 10. (Glaresidae and above))

Salpingid group

6

198

546

124

546

-175.75758

100

0

0

100

0

Cret-Rec

Pollock (1994, fig. 29.)

Mecoptera

15

1207

1294

252

1684

-7.207954

17.75

7

0.53846

6.75

0.27235

Perm-Rec

Willman (1987, fig. 1. )

Mecopteroidea

4

1027

120

86

141

88.315482

100

1

0.5

100

0.38182

Perm-Jur

Griffiths (1976, fig. 2. )

Lepidoptera(1)

5

205

45

15

45

78.04878

100

1

0.33333

91.5

0

Paleog

de Jong (1996, fig. 4. (groups of genera recoded into families))

Lepidoptera(2)

11

1429

952

292

1783

33.379986

4.5

3

0.33333

51

0.55734

Perm-Rec

Friedlander et al. (1996, fig. 6a.)

Lepidoptera(2)

11

1429

952

292

1783

33.379986

4.5

3

0.33333

51

0.55734

Perm-Rec

Friedlander et al. (1996, fig. 6b.)

Lepidoptera(2)

11

1429

952

292

1783

33.379986

4.5

3

0.33333

51

0.55734

Perm-Rec

Friedlander et al. (1996, fig. 6c.)

Lepidoptera & Trichoptera

6

668

502

271

958

24.850299

18.25

2

0.5

31.75

0.66376

Perm-Rec

Kobayashi and Ando (1988, fig. 1. )

Heteroneura

8

196

353

157

1060

-80.102041

15.5

4

0.66667

22

0.78295

Jur-Rec

Nielsen et al. (1989, fig. 2. (Nepticulidae to Prodoxidae))

Incurvarioidea

6

78

39

39

156

50

7.5

4

1

7.5

1

Paleog-Rec

Schmidt Nielsen and Davis (1985, fig. 29)

Noctuoidea

6

98

171

83

400

-74.489796

26

2

0.5

60.5

0.7224

Cret-Rec

Weller et al. (1994, fig. 1. (Noctuidae treated as single terminal))

Papilionoidea

7

240

65

50

110

72.916667

15

4

0.8

15

0.75

Paleog-Rec

Martin and Pashley (1992, fig. 4., tree 1.)

Rhopalocera

5

205

45

15

45

78.04878

100

1

0.33333

91.75

0

Paleog

Kristensen (1976, fig. 1. )

Mecopteroidea

6

1003

195

195

749

80.558325

1.75

4

1

1.75

1

Perm-Cret

King (1991, fig. 2. (polytomies collapsed))

Strepsiptera

9

130

322

56

339

-147.69231

100

1

0.14286

100

0.06007

Paleog-Rec

Kinzelbach and Pohl (1994, fig. 2. )

Trichoptera

16

1113

1348

237

2679

-21.114106

64.25

5

0.357143

100

0.545045

Tri-Rec

Wiggins and Wichard (1989, fig. 19.)

Diptera

9

652

355

146

662

45.552147

3.75

3

0.42857

92.75

0.59496

Cret-Rec

Wada (1991, fig. 17.)

Aschiza

7

652

258

146

370

60.429448

24.5

3

0.6

43.25

0.5

Cret-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.1. (Aschiza only))

Asiloidea

6

461

302

178

607

34.490239

10.75

3

0.75

12.75

0.71096

Jur-Rec

Woodley (1989, fig. 115.5.)

Bibionomorpha

5

757

213

82

273

71.862616

49

1

0.33333

58.5

0.31414

Jur-Cret

Wood and Borkent (1989, fig. 114.2.)

Blephariceromorpha and related Diptera

8

905

684

237

991

24.41989

13.5

3

0.5

17.5

0.40716

Tri-Rec

Courtney (1990, fig. 43. (Blephariceridae coded rather than subfamilies))

Calyptratae

14

358

489

97

1000

-36.592179

77.5

6

0.5

75.75

0.56589

Cret-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.8.)

Carnoidea

9

295

388

97

578

-31.525424

59.25

4

0.57143

91

0.39501

Cret-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.6.)

Culicimorpha(1)

8

1040

544

210

640

47.692308

63

2

0.33333

94.5

0.22326

Jur-Rec

Pawloski et al. (1996, fig. 3.)

Culicimorpha(1)

8

1040

608

210

640

41.538462

84.5

2

0.33333

94.5

0.07442

Jur-Rec

Pawloski et al. (1996, fig. 5.)

Culicimorpha(2)

8

1040

640

210

640

38.461538

100

2

0.33333

96.25

0

Jur-Rec

Wood and Borkent (1989, fig. 114.2. (right eight taxa))

Cyclorrhapha(1)

10

809

512

157

761

36.71199

15

4

0.5

19.25

0.41225

Jur-Rec

Cumming et al. (19@@, fig. 2.)

Cyclorrhapha(2)

4

127

81

65

133

36.220472

23.25

1

0.5

50

0.76471

Paleog-Rec

Soto (1994, fig. 2a.)

Cyclorrhapha(2)

4

127

81

65

133

36.220472

23.25

1

0.5

46

0.76471

Paleog-Rec

Soto (1994, fig. 2b.)

Cyclorrhapha(2)

4

127

65

65

133

48.818898

7

2

1

7

1

Paleog-Rec

Soto (1994, fig. 2c.)

Diopsoidea

8

117

156

39

195

-33.333333

83.5

4

0.66667

83.25

0.25

Paleog-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.2. (Diopsoidea only))

Ephydroidea

5

156

-

39

39

75

100

2

0.66667

100

-

Paleog-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.7. (Ephydroidea only))

Eremoneura+

4

638

74

32

74

88.401254

100

0

0

100

0

Jur-Cret

Sinclair (1992, fig. 2. (rh four taxa))

Lauxanioidea

4

95

73

56

129

23.157895

16.5

1

0.5

50

0.76712

Paleog-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.4. (lauxanioidea only))

Opomyzoidea

13

387

175

50

263

54.780362

64

7

0.63636

51.5

0.41315

Paleog-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.5. (Pachyneuridae to Cecidomiidae))

Orthorrhapha

7

1035

382

210

435

63.091787

82.5

1

0.2

100

0.23556

Jur-Rec

Nagatomi et al. (1991, fig. 54.)

Orthorrhapha

7

1035

274

210

435

73.52657

8.5

3

0.6

25.5

0.71556

Jur-Rec

Nagatomi et al. (1991, fig. 55a.)

Orthorrhapha

7

1035

274

210

435

73.52657

7.5

3

0.6

27.25

0.71556

Jur-Rec

Nagatomi et al. (1991, fig. 55b.)

Psychodomorpha

6

922

274

210

338

70.281996

24.5

2

0.5

40.5

0.5

Jur-Rec

Wood and Borkent (1989, fig. 114.2.)

Sciomyzoidea

6

250

519

146

626

-107.6

80

1

0.25

100

0.22292

Cret-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.4. (Sciomyzoidea only))

Sphaeroceratoidea

6

152

78

39

82

48.684211

41.25

3

0.75

69.5

0.09302

Paleog-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.7. (Sphaeroceratoidea only))

Tabanomorpha

4

390

278

210

450

28.717949

26

1

0.5

50

0.71667

Jur-Rec

Woodley (1989, fig. 115.2.)

Tephritoidea

9

245

106

39

106

56.734694

100

3

0.42857

93.75

0

Paleog-Rec

McAlpine (1989, fig. 116.3. (Tephritoidea only))

Hymenoptera

5

680

123

91

204

81.911765

19

2

0.66667

21

0.71681

Tri-Cret

Zessin (1985, fig. 4. )

Hymenoptera (aculeate)

10

907

482

146

553

46.857773

40.5

4

0.5

94

0.17445

Cret-Rec

Brothers (1975)

Chrysidoidea

7

477

545

146

545

-14.255765

100

2

0.4

100

0

Cret-Rec

Carpenter (1986, fig. 4. )

Siricidae

5

187

148

124

433

20.855615

20.5

1

0.333333

42.5

0.92233

Cret-Rec

?

Marrellomorpha

4

63

-

139

139

-120.63492

100

2

1

51.75

-

Camb-Dev

Wills et al. (1998, fig. 2.1. (Marrellomorph clade))

Arachnomorpha(1)

16

2146

369

131

403

82.805219

87.5

8

0.57143

100

0.125

Camb-Sil

Briggs et al. (1992, fig. 2. (Arachnomorpha))

Arachnomorpha(2)

16

2069

369

131

480

82.165297

19.75

8

0.57143

87.75

0.31805

Camb-Sil

Wills et al. (1994, fig. 11. (Arachnomorpha))

Arachnomorpha(3)

20

2367

561

173

903

76.299113

1

10

0.55556

74.5

0.46849

Camb-Dev

Wills et al. (1998, fig. 2.1. (Arachnomorpha))

Chelicerata(2)

18

1654

522

173

1591

68.440145

0.1

11

0.6875

1

0.753879

Camb-Dev

Dunlop and Selden (1998, fig. 17.3.)

Chelicerata(1)

13

4346

1148

490

2089

73.584906

4.25

5

0.45455

96.25

0.58849

Ord-Neog

Brusca and Brusca (1990, fig. 31.)

Arachnida(3)

12

3647

1391

466

2293

61.859062

26.75

4

0.4

100

0.49371

Ord-Paleog

Selden (1993, fig. 3b.)

Arachnida(4)

12

4094

1543

466

1846

62.310699

67.5

3

0.3

97.75

0.21956

Ord-Paleog

Selden (1993, fig. 3c.)

Arachnida(2)

11

3109

1255

436

1742

59.633323

36

4

0.44444

46.75

0.37289

Sil-Neog

Selden (1993, fig. 3a.)

Arachnida(1)

8

1178

590

384

1083

49.91511

2.25

5

0.83333

1

0.70529

Sil-Paleog

Selden (1991, fig. 3.)

Acarida

8

909

890

399

2283

2.090209

11

2

0.33333

100

0.73938

Dev-Rec

Bernini (1986, fig. 5.)

Ricinulei

3

345

-

325

325

5.797101

100

0

0

100

-

Carb-Rec

Selden (1992, fig. 2. (genera collapsed to families))

Scorpionida

5

652

107

107

315

83.588957

2

3

1

2

1

Sil-Carb

Jeram (1994, fig. 1. (group A and group B collapsed))

Scorpionoidea

5

35

140

35

140

-300

100

0

0

100

0

Paleog-Rec

Stockwell (1989, fig. 251.)

Araneoidea

11

575

797

161

1196

-38.608696

70

3

0.33333

100

0.38551

Jur-Rec

Heimer and Nentwig (1982, fig. 4. (nodes collapsed to the family level))

Haplogynae

17

285

210

35

310

26.315789

16.75

11

0.73333

7.25

0.36364

Paleog-Rec

Coddington and Levi (1991, fig. 2. (Haplogynae only))

Lycosoidea

10

204

146

35

146

28.431373

100

6

0.75

60.75

0

Paleog-Rec

Coddington and Levi (1991, fig. 1)

Mygalomorphae

15

603

802

243

3042

-33.001658

1.25

8

0.61538

4

0.80029

Tri-Rec

Raven (1985, fig. 1.)

Mygalomorphae(2)

21

2028

1318

413

6348

35.009862

16.75

12

0.63158

0.25

0.84752

Sil-Rec

Coddington and Levi (1991, fig. 1. )

Orbiculariae

13

408

695

146

1490

-70.343137

34.75

5

0.45455

60.75

0.59152

Cret-Rec

Coddington and Levi (1991, fig. 1)

Palpimanoidea

9

196

854

161

1253

-335.71429

79.25

2

0.28571

100

0.36538

Jur-Rec

Coddington and Levi (1991, fig. 2. (Palpimanoidea only))

Trilobita(1)

7

1209

-

0

0

100

100

5

1

100

-

Camb

Fortey (1990, fig. 14.)

Trilobita(2)

5

1902

-

173

173

90.904311

100

3

1

35.25

-

Camb-Dev

Fortey and Whittington (1989, fig. 1a.)

Crozonaspis

7

70

20

12

48

71.428571

1.75

4

0.8

10.25

0.77778

Ord

Henry (1984, fig. 3.)

Echinolichinae

4

31

20

10

20

35.483871

100

2

1

69.25

0

Dev

Thomas and Holloway (1988, fig. 361.)

Homolichinae

9

306

96

67

352

68.627451

34.25

5

0.71429

3.5

0.89825

Ord

Thomas and Holloway (1988, fig. 362.)

Lichinae

8

109

85

59

243

22.018349

8.75

5

0.83333

2.75

0.8587

Ord-Dev

Thomas and Holloway (1988, fig. 360.)

Tetralichinae

4

109

79

54

108

27.522936

34.25

1

0.5

50.5

0.53704

Ord-Sil

Thomas and Holloway (1988, fig. 363.)

Trochurinae

12

241

274

56

302

-13.692946

59.75

5

0.5

75.75

0.11382

Ord-Dev

Thomas and Holloway (1988, fig. 364.)

Crustacea(1)

18

3390

1935

572

2663

42.920354

11.25

7

0.4375

98

0.34816

Camb-Rec

Briggs et al. (1992, fig. 2. (Crustacea/Crustacenomorpha))

Crustacea(2)

7

2217

1787

572

1787

19.39558

100

1

0.2

94

0

Camb-Rec

Sanders (1965, fig. 9.)

Crustacea(3)

14

2850

2035

384

2268

28.596491

55

5

0.41667

29.5

0.12367

Dev-Rec

Schram (1986, fig. 1. )

Crustacea(4)

20

3929

2265

572

3359

42.351743

4

9

0.5

70.5

0.39254

Camb-Rec

Wills et al. (1994, fig. 11. (Crustacean/crustaceanomorph clade))

Crustacea(5)

22

2827

3509

572

4322

-24.124514

33.75

9

0.45

65

0.2168

Camb-Rec

Wills et al. (1998, fig. 2.1. (Crustacean/crustaceanomorph clade))

Phyllopod Biantennata

8

1055

287

179

667

72.796209

4.5

2

0.33333

91.75

0.77869

Camb-Dev

Bousfield (1995, fig. 9. (Phyllopod Biantennata))

Eumalacostraca(4)

23

3625

3336

370

4030

7.972414

57.5

8

0.38095

49

0.18962

Dev-Rec

Wills (1998, fig. 15.3b.)

Eumalacostraca(1)

8

2116

821

370

844

61.200378

72.5

2

0.33333

71.75

0.04852

Dev-Rec

Nylund et al. (1987, fig. 5.)

Eumalacostraca(2)

24

3642

3579

370

4048

1.729819

80

6

0.27273

95.75

0.12751

Dev-Rec

Schram (1986, fig. 43-3.)

Eumalacostraca(3)

12

2955

1385

370

1485

53.130288

51.75

4

0.4

32

0.08969

Dev-Rec

Watling (1983, fig. 4. )

Peracarida

8

1759

1148

365

1161

34.735645

100

3

0.5

88.25

0.01633

Carb-Rec

Pires (1987, fig. 23.)

Isopoda

4

490

494

247

498

-0.816327

53

1

0.5

53

0.01594

Tri-Rec

Brandt (1992, fig. 3a.)

Tanaidacea

12

665

391

352

3559

41.203008

1.25

9

0.9

1.25

0.98784

Carb-Rec

Sieg (1988, fig. 1. )

Caridea

8

91

189

56

357

-107.69231

25

3

0.5

30

0.55814

Paleog-Rec

Christoffersen (1990, fig. 1.(?))

Brachyura

7

583

313

91

404

46.312178

47

1

0.2

100

0.29073

Cret-Paleog

Spears (1992, fig. 2. (Raninidae and above))

Hoplocarida

4

290

226

213

256

22.068966

16

1

0.5

48.75

0.69767

Carb-Jur

Schram (1986, fig. 43-4.)

Maxillopoda(1)

10

1735

2705

572

3985

-55.907781

44.25

3

0.375

71.25

0.37504

Camb-Rec

Schram (1986, fig. 43-6.)

Maxillopoda(2)

11

1788

1810

572

2456

-1.230425

31.75

5

0.55556

24.75

0.34289

Camb-Rec

Wills (1998, fig. 15.4. (Maxillopod clade))

Copepoda(3)

8

156

604

124

836

-287.17949

53.25

2

0.33333

46.5

0.32584

Cret-Rec

Huys and Boxshall (1991, fig. 4.3.2.)

Copepoda(1)

10

156

836

124

1084

-435.89744

89

2

0.25

88

0.25833

Cret-Rec

Ho (1994, fig. 4.)

Copepoda(4)

10

156

728

124

1084

-366.66667

91.5

3

0.375

89.25

0.37083

Cret-Rec

Ho (1990, fig. 4.1.6.)

Copepoda(2)

10

156

960

124

1084

-515.38462

93.5

1

0.125

100

0.12917

Cret-Rec

Ho (1994, fig. 1.)

Copepoda(5)

10

156

512

124

1084

-228.20513

23.75

3

0.375

38.75

0.59583

Cret-Rec

Wills (1998, fig. 15.4. (Copepod clade))

Myodocopina

7

1851

408

317

566

77.957861

6.75

3

0.6

37

0.63454

Sil-Cret

Vannier and Abe (1992, fig. 8.)

Phyllopoda

10

1848

1525

572

2782

17.478355

28.5

1

0.16667

100

0.56878

Camb-Rec

Schram (1986, fig. 43-5.)

Branchiopoda(2)

5

960

811

372

917

15.520833

100

1

0.33333

100

0.19449

Dev-Paleog

Wills (1998, fig. 15.4. (Branchiopod clade))

Branchiopoda(1)

8

1545

1080

533

1948

30.097087

6.5

4

0.66667

3.5

0.61343

Camb-Paleog

Walossek (1993, fig. 41.)

Cladocera

7

557

557

411

2320

0

5.75

4

0.8

12.5

0.92352

Dev-Rec

Martin and Cash-Clark (1995, fig. 23.)


References for tested cladograms