jane12036-sup-0001-FigS1A.pdfapplication/PDF29KFig. S1. Parent-offspring relations in two large families of colonies.
jane12036-sup-0002-FigS1B.pdfapplication/PDF30KFig. S2. Dispersal distance from parent to offspring.
jane12036-sup-0003-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF13KFig. S3. Dispersal direction from parent to offspring
jane12036-sup-0004-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF16KFig. S4. Fecundity by parent age
jane12036-sup-0005-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF46KFig. S5. Proportion of all new colonies on the site each year for which a parent was identified.
jane12036-sup-0006-FigS5.pdfapplication/PDF81KTable S1. Microsatellite loci used in parentage analysis. Primer sequence, Size of detected fragments,Number of alleles, probabilities of parentage exclusion (PE1-one parent known, PE2- no parents known, PE-two parent exclusion), Frequency of null alleles.Parentage exclusion probabilities (PE1-3) were calculated separately for the J1 and J2 lineages, and the values were always identical to the fifth decimal place.
jane12036-sup-0007-SIFigure-Legends.docxWord document87KTable S2. Genetic diversity estimates- Ho observed heterozygosity, He expected heterozygosity, FIS-within-population fixation index, Fs't among-population fixation index, Fit total fixation index, G'ST_est -standardized measure of genetic differentiation, Dest -estimator of actual differentiation
jane12036-sup-0008-TableS1-S3.docxWord document104KTable S3. Estimated life table

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