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Fig. S1. Bacterial community of P. apterus and D. fasciatus. Relative abundance of gut bacterial taxa (genus-level) from 454 pyrosequencing of 16S rRNA amplicons (10 026 reads in total for D. fasciatus) of a pooled sample of six adult individuals respectively. The community profile for P. apterus was obtained from Sudakaran and colleagues (2012).

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Fig. S2. Correlations of survival rate and individual symbiont abundances for D. fasciatus across treatments. Survival (%) relates to the survival rate of replicate treatments from egg hatching to adulthood. Shapes of data points signifies the experimental treatment each individual was ascribed to (square = aposymbiotic, cross = cross-infected, triangle = untreated control, circle = re-infected). Bold subtitles denote significant correlations of symbiont copy numbers and survival rates (Spearman, P < 0.05).

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Fig. S3. Correlations of survival rate and individual symbiont abundances for P. apterus across treatments. Survival (%) relates to the survival rate of replicate treatments from egg hatching to adulthood. Shapes of data points signifies the experimental treatment each individual was ascribed to (square = aposymbiotic, cross = cross-infected, triangle = untreated control, circle = re-infected). Bold subtitles denote significant correlations of symbiont copy numbers and survival rates (Spearman, P < 0.05).

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Table S1. Absolute and relative (in per cent) sequence abundance of bacterial OTUs in D. fasciatus.

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