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Table S1. Inference of the number of cluster(s) (K) that best explains the population structure of the Bemisia tabaci samples. For each tested value of K, we report the mean and standard deviation (SE) of the logarithm of the posterior probability distribution of the allele frequencies (X) given the number of clusters [Ln Pr(X|K)] and the ΔK index values (Evanno et al. 2005), both calculated over 20 simulation runs.

Table S2. Differentiation between populations.

Table S3. Hierarchical analysis of molecular variance.

Table S4. Allele composition of the three Bemisia tabaci individuals that were not assigned (assignment coefficient <0.8) to the two genetic groups as defined by Structure analysis. For each locus, the sizes of the alleles detected for each individual are indicated. If the alleles were detected only in one species and not in the other one (private allele), they are indicated in bold and the line below specifies if they were private to Med (Md) or to MEAM1 (ME). Alleles that are relatively more frequent in one species compared to the other one are in plain text and the line below specifies if it is more frequent in Med (Md) or MEAM1 (ME). Alleles similarly frequent in both species are indicated as “–” in the line below. “Null” stands for “null allele” which means that no amplification product was detected.

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