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Data S1. Selection of incubation temperature metrics.

Table S1. The relative variable importance (RVI) of incubation temperature metrics in describing juvenile length, dry mass, and 50% emigration date according to AICc. The bold values correspond to the incubation temperature metric used in the main analyses to describe juvenile traits.

Table S2. Multimodel-averaged coefficients for the AICc 95% confidence set of models describing (A) egg size, (B) fecundity, (C) gonad mass, and (D) the ratio of egg number to egg size. Coefficients (Coef.), unconditional standard error (SE), and 95% confidence intervals are given in standard deviation units. Standardized coefficients allow for comparisons of the relative effect size of parameters. RVI is the relative variable importance.

Table S3. Multimodel-averaged coefficients for the AICc 95% confidence set of models describing (A) juvenile length, (B) juvenile mass, and (C) the 50% emigration date. Coefficients (Coef.), unconditional standard error (SE), and 95% confidence intervals are given in standard deviation units. Standardized coefficients allow for comparisons of the relative effect size of parameters. RVI is the relative variable importance.

Table S4. Multimodel-averaged coefficients for the AICc 95% confidence set of models describing egg size among populations. Coefficients (Coef.), unconditional standard error (SE), and 95% confidence intervals are given in standard deviation units. Standardized coefficients allow for comparisons of the relative effect size of parameters. RVI is the relative variable importance.

Table S5. Multimodel-averaged coefficients for the AICc 95% confidence set of alternative models describing egg size among populations. Coefficients (Coef.), unconditional standard error (SE), and 95% confidence intervals are given in standard deviation units. Standardized coefficients allow for comparisons of the relative effect size of parameters. RVI is the relative variable importance. Parameters in bold indicate hypotheses examined in main analyses, nonbold parameters are alternative explanations proposed in previous studies.

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