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Fig. S1. The observed mean ± SE absolute distances that juvenile Atlantic salmon from families with different mean egg masses moved away from the nest sites in 10 tributaries to the River Conon.

Fig. S2. Observed mean daily growth (filled circles ± SE) of juvenile Atlantic salmon from families with different mean (a) egg metabolic rates (MR), and (b) egg masses in 10 tributaries to the River Conon.

Fig. S3. The apparent survival, measured as the observed proportions of recaptured Atlantic salmon juveniles, originating from families with different mean (a) egg metabolic rate (MR) and (b) egg mass in 10 tributaries to the River Conon (filled circles).

Fig. S4. The observed mean ± SE absolute distances that juvenile Atlantic salmon from families with different absolute egg metabolic rates (mg h−1 × 10−4) moved away from the nest sites in 10 tributaries to the River Conon.

Fig. S5. Observed mean daily growth (filled circles ± SE) of juvenile Atlantic salmon from families with different (a) absolute egg metabolic rates (mg h−1 × 10−4), and (b) mean egg masses in 10 tributaries to the River Conon.

Fig. S6. The apparent survival, measured as the observed proportions of recaptured Atlantic salmon juveniles, originating from families with different mean (a) absolute egg metabolic rate (mg h−1 × 10−4) and b) egg mass in 10 tributaries to the River Conon (filled circles).

Table S1. Model selection in the three different analyses (dependent variables: movement away from the nest sites, daily growth rate and apparent survival in Atlantic salmon).

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