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Fig. S1. (a) Cueva de la Mora, and (b) Guadiana pit lakes.

Fig. S2. Stratification and depth-related profiles of redox potentials and pH values in the Cueva de la Mora pit lake, in samples taken in March (image, image) and September (image, image) 2012.

Fig. S3. Stratification and depth-related profiles of redox potentials and pH values in the Guadiana pit lake, in samples taken in March (image, image) and September (image, image) 2012.

Fig. S4. T-RFLP profiles of bacterial 16S rRNA genes (digested with CfoI) of interstitial water extracted from 4 to 5 cm (orange bars) and 7 to 9 cm (purple bars) layer depths in a shore sediment sample in the Cueva de la Mora pit lake.

Fig. S5. T-RFLP profiles of bacterial 16S rRNA genes (digested with CfoI) of interstitial water extracted from 8 to 10 cm from a basin sediment sample in the Cueva de la Mora pit lake.

Table S1. Identities of bacterial isolates and cloned genes obtained from the Cueva de la Mora and Guadiana pit lakes.

Table S2. Identities of cloned archaeal genes obtained from the Cueva de la Mora.

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