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Table S1. FST values (above the diagonal) for the 11 populations studied and the number of significant results for the Fisher exact test (below the diagonal) for the eleven loci. Significant FST values are indicated by asterisks (nsP > 0.05, **< 0.01, ***P < 0.001). Probabilities were adjusted with sequential Bonferroni corrections.

Table S2. STRUCTURE results showing [A] the probability values for the number of genetic clusters (L[K] with standard deviation [SD] and ΔK) for mice from Montérégie, Québec, using K = 1–12, and [B] the proportion (Q) of every population's genome that is part of each K subpopulation (K = 2).

Table S3. Effective number of migrants (Nm) for all mountain populations and their closest fragment (source-sink pairs identified by matching symbols). Total Nm is summed as total immigrationa and total emigrationb rates for each population.

Table S4. Gene flow symmetry (GFS) indices between source-sink populations. If gene flow moved asymmetrically from site i to site j, then we would expect private alleles to accumulate faster at site i thus creating a GFS index of greater than 1. Asymmetrical gene flow is observed between two mountain populations (site i) and their nearest forest fragment populations (site j): higher flow from site D to H and from site C to J.

Table S5. Results of the assignment test where the 11 populations in the Montérégie region were considered independent units. The success rate of assignment is indicated as %, and n represents the population size.

Appendix S1. PCR and primer information.

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