Disrupted fine-scale population processes in fragmented landscapes despite large-scale genetic connectivity for a widespread and common cooperative breeder: the superb fairy-wren (Malurus cyaneus)
Version of Record online: 28 NOV 2012
© 2012 The Authors. Journal of Animal Ecology © 2012 British Ecological Society
Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume 82, Issue 2, pages 322–333, March 2013
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Harrisson, K. A., Pavlova, A., Amos, J. N., Takeuchi, N., Lill, A., Radford, J. Q., Sunnucks, P. (2013), Disrupted fine-scale population processes in fragmented landscapes despite large-scale genetic connectivity for a widespread and common cooperative breeder: the superb fairy-wren (Malurus cyaneus). Journal of Animal Ecology, 82: 322–333. doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12007
- Issue online: 18 FEB 2013
- Version of Record online: 28 NOV 2012
- Manuscript Accepted: 9 SEP 2012
- Manuscript Received: 30 OCT 2011
- Australian Research Council Linkage. Grant Number: LP0776322
- Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE)
- Museum of Victoria
- Victorian Department of Primary Industries
- Parks Victoria
- North Central Catchment Management Authority
- Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority
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Data S1. Materials and methods.
Fig. S1. TESS analysis: DIC values are plotted against K values (maximum number of clusters).
Fig. S2. TESS plot for K = 5.
Table S1. Primer source information including sequence, species and appropriate reference for the 11 microsatellite loci and the Exon-Primed-Intron-Crossing (EPIC) region used in this study.
Table S2. Superb fairy-wren loci information.
Table S3. Details of potential offspring identified based on CERVUS analysis and removed from data analyses.
Table S4. Significant parent-offspring pairs (unshaded) and triads (shaded) identified using CERVUS parentage analysis.
Table S5. Pairwise FST, RST and ρ RST comparisons for geographical clusters identified in TESS analysis.
Table S6. BayesAss estimates of non-equilibrium migration rates (mean and 95% confidence interval of proportion of migrated individuals, CI) among four geographic regions (defined according to TESS results); proportions of non-migrants (resident individuals) are on the diagonal.
Table S7. Sample code (ID), age (A = adult, I = immature, U = unknown), sex (M = male, F = female), sample site (Site), proportion of woody-vegetation cover within a 500 m radius of the site centroid (PropVeg500 m), the value associated with the probability of an individual's sampling site being its place of birth [−log(L_home)] and the associated P value for 16 potential identified first-generation migrants identified using GENECLASS.
Table S8. Pairwise distance matrices for: Dest upper diagonal and FST lower diagonal.
Table S9. Single-class (T2) test criteria (lower diagonal) and associated P values (upper diagonal) for comparisons among spatial correlograms for female superb fairy-wrens in low-cover fragmented (< 20% tree-cover), high-cover fragmented (25–45% tree-cover) and reference (continuous tree-cover, > 70%) landscapes for each distance class.
Table S10. Single-class (T2) test criteria (lower diagonal) and associated P values (upper diagonal) for comparisons among spatial correlograms for male superb fairy-wrens in low-cover fragmented (< 20% tree-cover), high-cover fragmented (25–45% tree-cover) and reference (continuous tree-cover, > 70%) landscapes for each distance class.
Table S11. Number of pairwise comparisons (No. per distance class) for each distance class (km) in spatial autocorrelation analyses for males and females in low-cover fragmented (< 20%), high-cover fragmented (25–45%) and reference (continuous-cover, > 70%).
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