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Online Resource 1. Generic ancestral habitat affinity for the Tasmanian species (R = rainforest; DF = dry forest; A = ambiguous) and climate data in terms of minimum (5th percentile) and maximum (95th percentile) mean annual rainfall (mm) across each of the Tasmanian species’ current geographic distribution.

species ancestral reference 5th percentile 95th percentile

habitat rainfall (mm) rainfall (mm)

montane rainforest

Atherosperma moschatum R (Renner et al. 2000) 931 2266

Coprosma nitida DF (Robbrecht and Manen 2006) 885 2432

Cyathodes straminea DF (Quinn et al. 2003) 1171 2486

Eucalyptus coccifera DF (Crisp et al. 2004) 807 2354

Gaultheria hispida R (Bush et al. 2009) 1019 2490

Hakea lissosperma DF (Jordan et al. 2008) 784 2232

Lomatia polymorpha R (Jordan et al. 2005) 1045 2653

Nothofagus cunninghamii R (Hill 1991) 1053 2409

Nothofagus gunnii R (Hill 1991) 1519 2863

Olearia pinifolia A - 1155 2458

Orites diversifolius R (Jordan et al. 2005) 1268 2574

Pittosporum bicolor A - 800 2146

Richea scoparia R (Wagstaff et al. In press) 1139 2480

Tasmannia lanceolata R (Doust and Drinnan 2004) 851 2323

Telopea truncata R (Jordan et al. 2005) 1048 2442

dry sclerophyll

Eucalyptus pulchella DF (Crisp et al. 2004) 597 1045

Hakea microcarpa DF (Jordan et al. 2008) 614 1546

Lomatia tinctoria R (Jordan et al. 2005) 616 1444

Olearia hookeri A - 589 868

Bursaria spinosa A - 351 1204

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Crisp M, Cook L, Steane D (2004) Radiation of the Australian flora: what can comparisons of molecular phylogenies across multiple taxa tell us about the evolution of diversity in present-day communities? Philos Trans Ro Soc B Biol Sci 359:1551-1571

Doust AN, Drinnan AN (2004) Floral development and molecular phylogeny support the generic status of Tasmannia (Winteraceae). Am J Bot 91:321-331

Hill RS (1991) Tertiary Nothofagus (Fagaceae) macrofossils from Tasmania and Antarctica and their bearing on the evolution of the genus. Bot J Linn Soc 105:73-112

Jordan GJ, Dillon RA, Weston PH (2005) Solar radiation as a factor in the evolution of scleromorphic leaf anatomy in Proteaceae. Am J Bot 92:789-796

Jordan GJ, Weston PH, Carpenter RJ, Dillon RA, Brodribb TJ (2008) The evolutionary relations of sunken covered, and encrypted stomata to dry habitats in proteaceae. Am J Bot 95:521-530

Quinn CJ, Crayn DM, Heslewood MM, Brown EA, Gadek PA (2003) A molecular estimate of the phylogeny of Styphelieae (Ericaceae). Aust Syst Bot 16:581-594

Renner SS, Foreman DB, Murray D (2000) Timing transantarctic disjunctions in the Atherospermataceae (Laurales): evidence from coding and noncoding chloroplast sequences. Syst Biol 49:579-591

Robbrecht E, Manen J (2006) The major evolutionary lineage of the coffee family (Rubiaceae, angiosperms). Combined analysis (nDNA and cpDNA) to infer the position of Coptosapelta and Luculia, and supertrees construction based on rbcL, rps16, trnL-trnF and atpB-rcbL data. A new classification in two subfamilies, Cinchonoideae and Rubiodeae. Syst Geogr Plants 76:85-146



Wagstaff SJ, Dawson MI, Venter S, Munzinger J, Crayn DM, Steane DA, Lenson KL (2010) Origin, diversification and classification of the Australasian genus Dracophyllum (Richeae, Ericaceae). Ann Mo Bot Gard 97:235-258



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