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    • Fig. S1. Twisted and cupped hindwing tail ends in Saturniidae.
    • Fig. S2. Hindwing morphology of the three silk moth species was altered by cutting and gluing hindwing material.
    • Fig. S3. IPI does not change on the basis of moth treatment.
    • Fig. S4. IPI does not change on the basis of moth genus or hindwing length.
    • Fig. S5. ASR demonstrates multiple origins of the hindwing tail trait within the Saturniinae subfamily.
    • Fig. S6. ASR demonstrates multiple origins of adaptive peaks within the Saturniinae subfamily.
    • Table S1. Kinematic output results from 100 ms of tethered moth flight leading up to bat-moth interaction.
    • Table S2. Bat identity and experience (that is, learning) do not affect the outcome of the trial.
    • Table S3. Bats do not change call parameters during attack on silk moths of differing morphologies.
    • Legends for movies S1 to S7

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  • Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:
    • Movie S1 (.mov format). Phylomorphospace by tail regime.
    • Movie S2 (.mov format). Phylomorphospace by tail regime (no labels).
    • Movie S3 (.mov format). Phylomorphospace by adaptive peak.
    • Movie S4 (.mov format). Phylomorphospace by adaptive peak (no labels).
    • Movie S5 (.mov format). Bat attack on elongated hindwing lobes.
    • Movie S6 (.mp4 format). Bat attack on intact hindwing tails.
    • Movie S7 (.mp4 format). Bat attack on intact tail ends.

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