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Figure S1. Number of progeny (mean ± SE) males from different inbreeding levels sired during 10 days after a single mating with an outbred female; N = 39 in f = 0, N = 43 in f = 0.25, and N = 40 in f = 0.5.

Figure S2. Egg-to-adult viability (mean ± SE) of the progeny sired by males from different inbreeding levels (females were outbred), N = 40 in f = 0, N = 44 in f = 0.25, and N = 41 in f = 0.5.

Table S1. Final least squares model of offspring production of inbred males (first-order autoregressive variance covariance structure [AR1] and “day” as a variance covariate). df (residual) = 1212.

Table S2. Full least squares model of offspring production of inbred males (first-order autoregressive variance covariance structure (AR1) and “day” as a variance covariate). df (residual) = 1190.

Table S3. Full least squares model of offspring viability of inbred males (first-order autoregressive variance covariance structure [AR1]). df (residual) = 361.

Table S4. Full least squares model of sperm competition success (P2) of inbred males (first-order autoregressive variance covariance structure [AR1] and “treatment” as a variance covariate). df (residual) = 415.

Data deposited in the Dryad Repository doi: 10.5061/dryad.k7d00.

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