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Figure S1. Neighbor joining tree based on Tajima-Nei distance method. Numbers refer to percentage bootstrap values based on 1000 replications. Bar, 2% sequence divergence.



Figure S2. Maximum parsimony tree generated using Close-Neighbor-Interchange algorithm to search for the best tree. The numbers refer to percentage bootstrap values based on 1000 replications. Bar, 20 substitutions.

S3. Detailed taxa and references corresponding to other free-living and endosymbiotic Enterobacteriaceae used in phylogenetic analysis
In addition to the taxa described in the Materials and Methods section the following represent other endosymbiotic Enterobacteriaceae included in the analysis: a representative of R-type secondary symbionts (Moran et al., 2005): Candidatus Serratia symbiotica (AY136139); a representative of T type secondary symbionts (Moran et al., 2005): Candidatus Hamiltonella defensa (AY136141); a representative of U type secondary symbionts (Moran et al., 2005): Candidatus Regiella insecticola (AY296734); representatives of cluster A mealybug endosymbionts (Thao et al., 2002): symbiont of Dysmicoccus brevipes (AF476103), symbiont of Dysmicoccus neobrevipes (AF476104), symbiont of Planococcus citri (AF476107); representatives of cluster C mealybug endosymbionts (Thao et al., 2002): symbiont of Antonina crawii (AB030020), symbiont of Antonina pretiosa (AF476101), symbiont of Australicoccus grevilleae (AF476099); representatives of cluster D mealybug endosymbionts (Thao et al., 2002): symbiont of Paracoccus nothofagicola (AF476109), symbiont of Cyphonococcus alpinus (AF476102); a representative of cluster E mealybug endosymbionts (Thao et al., 2002): symbiont of Planococcus citri (AF476107); a primary endosymbiont of the tsetse fly: Wigglesworthia glossinidia (AF022875); a secondary endosymbiont of the tsetse fly: Sodalis glossinidius (AM237373); a primary endosymbiont of aphids: Buchnera aphidicola (Y11973); a secondary endosymbiont of psyllids: symbiont of Bactericera cockerelli (AF263557); Other free-living, animal- or plant-associated Enterobacteriaceae include the following: a Gammaproteobacterium isolated from a spider, Aranicola proteolyticus (U93263). representatives of Serratia: S. entomophila (AJ233427), S. odorifera (AJ233432); representatives of Pectobacterium: P. carotovorum (DQ886670), P. atrosepticum (AF373179), P. wasabiae (AJ223408); representatives of Yersinia: Y. pseudotuberculosis (Z21939), Y. pestis (AJ232233); representatives of Edwardsiella: E. tarda (AB050831), E. ictaluri (AF310622); and other free-living Gammaproteobacteria: Escherichia coli (X80724), Salmonella typhimurium (Z49264), Enterobacter sp. NT N71 (AB167000), Xenorhabdus beddingii (D78006).

ADDITIONAL REFERENCES
Moran NA, Russell JA, Koga R, Fukatsu T (2005). Evolutionary Relationships of Three New Species of Enterobacteriaceae Living as Symbionts of Aphids and Other Insects. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71: 3302-3310.
Thao ML, Gullan PJ, Baumann P (2002). Secondary ({gamma}-Proteobacteria) Endosymbionts Infect the Primary ({beta}-Proteobacteria) Endosymbionts of Mealybugs Multiple Times and Coevolve with Their Hosts. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 68: 3190-3197.





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