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Figure S1. Bayesian inference (BI) tree (A) and haplotype networks generated with TCS for Ciona intestinalis spA (B) and spB (C) based on a combined mitochondrial dataset obtained from the present study and Zhan et al. (2010).

Figure S2. Bayesian inference (BI) of population structure for Ciona intestinalis spA (A) and spB (B) based on a combined dataset obtained from the present study and Zhan et al. (2010).

Table S1. Genetic diversity at eight microsatellite loci for two highly invasive species, Ciona intestinalis spA (west coast) and spB (east coast) collected from North America.

Table S2. P-values for the exact test of difference in allelic richness (below diagonal) and expected heterozygosity (above diagonal) using nonparameteric statistics (Mann–Whitney U test) for the two highly invasive species, Ciona intestinalis spA on the west coast (S2-1) and spB on the east coast (S2-2) of North America.

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