Table S6 Primate fossil evidence used to calibrate phylogenetic estimates of divergence times




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Table S6 - Primate fossil evidence used to calibrate phylogenetic estimates of divergence times


Times are taken from Hartwig (2002). The earliest fossil evidence for the base of each group is used to place a minimum age constraint on its parent node in the tree. Minimum and maximum age constraints of 64 and 110 MYA, respectively, were also specified for the root node (divergence between primates and flying lemur).


Group

Fossil(s)

Horizona

Minimum age (MYA)

Strepsirrhini

Cantius, Donrussellia, Protoadapis

E. Eocene

50.0

?Chiromyiformes

Plesiopithecus teras

L. Eocene

35.6

?Lorisidae

Karanisia clarki

L. M. Eocene

36.9

Cebidae,?Saimiriini

Dolichocebus gaimanensis

E. Miocene

20.5

Alouattinae

Stirtonia spp.

L. M. Miocene

12.6

Saimiriinae

Neosaimiri fieldsi

L. M. Miocene

12.1

Catarrhini

Catopithecus browni

L. Eocene

35.6b

Colobinae

Microcolobus tugenensis

L. Miocene

10.0

Macaca sylvanus group

Macaca libyca

L. Miocene

6.0

Hominoidea

Morotopithecus bishopi

E. Miocene

20.6c

Homininae

Dryopithecus fontani

L. Miocene

11.0

Gorillini

Chororapithecus abyssinicus

L. Miocene

10.0

Hominini

Orrorin tugenensis

L. Miocene

5.9


aE.=Early, M.=Middle, L.=Late.

bThis calibration was used to specify an exponential prior, with a minimum bound of 35.6 Myr and an upper 97.5% soft bound of 42 Myr.

cThis calibration was used to specify an exponential prior, with a minimum bound of 20.6 Myr and an upper 97.5% soft bound of 30 Myr.


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