MOESM1 of Activity of two key toxin groups in Australian elapid venoms show a strong correlation to phylogeny but not to diet

Additional file 1: Table S1. Diet of Australian elapids taken mainly from Shine. Table S2. Location sites and collectors for all snakes used in the study. Figure S1. PLA2 activity reconstructed using square-change parsimony, analytically equivalent to a special case of likelihood [42], on a phylogeny [1] of 16 of the 17 genera tested (27 of the 37 species; Hemiaspis has no PLA2 data). The Y-axis represents millions of years before present. Values had 1 added before log transformation (to avoid attempting to log 0 values, as any species with activity below the threshold of detection of 0.5 - unlogged value - was allocated a score of 0). Dotted vertical lines separate clades. Warmer colours (red) show higher activity; black is no activity; white is extreme uncertainty due to missing data in Hemiaspis. Figure S2. LAAO activity reconstructed using linear parsimony on a phylogeny [1] for all 17 genera tested (28 of the 39 species for which activity was measured). Y-axis represents millions of years before present. Values had 1 added before log transformation (to avoid attempting to log 0 values, as any species with activity below the threshold of detection of 0.5 - unlogged value - was allocated a score of 0). Dotted vertical lines separate clades. Warmer colours (red) show higher activity, black is no activity.