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Fig. S1. Micrograph of nerve cells of Porcellio dilatatus dilatatus injected by wVulC, wVulM and wPruIII at 60 days post-injection. These cells are localized in the nerve cord ganglion.

A. The nerve cells of animals injected with wVulC strain are really filled of autophagic vesicles and are severely damage [N: nucleus, V: vacuole, Ap: autophagosomes (autophagic hallmark), Al: autolysosomes].

B. The nerve cells of animals injected with wVulM exhibit also autophagic vesicles but the cells are less disorganized than with wVulC [N: nucleus, V: vacuole, Ap: autophagosomes (autophagic hallmark)].

C. After the injection of wPruIII, more autophagic vesicles are observed than in normal cells but the cells are not yet disorganized [N: nucleus, V: vacuole, Ap: autophagosomes (autophagic hallmark), Al: autolysosomes, Wo: Wolbachia] for methods see (Le Clec'h et al., 2012).

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