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men12047-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF16KFigure S1 Graphical representations of a SOM algorithm result. (a) prototypes are the nodes of the 4 × 4 grid; (b) each cell contains a polygon that traduces the distances to the neighbouring cells.
men12047-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF92KFigure S2 Ratio of missing data per site (a) and per sample (b) for Astraptes data.
men12047-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF49KFigure S3 Histograms of the intra- and interspecific K2P distances for Astraptes.
men12047-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF128KFigure S4 Ratio of missing data per site (a) and per sample (b) for Hylomyscus data.
men12047-sup-0005-FigS5.pdfapplication/PDF55KFigure S5 Histograms of the intra- and interspecific K2P distances for Hylomyscus.
men12047-sup-0006-FigS6.pdfapplication/PDF29KFigure S6 Non Linear Mapping (NLM) performed on the 440 CO1 sequences of Astraptes.
men12047-sup-0007-FigS7.pdfapplication/PDF5KFigure S7 Hierarchical Clustering on the 25 prototypes from DSOM on Astraptes.
men12047-sup-0008-FigS8.pdfapplication/PDF6KFigure S8 NLM for Astraptes without the specimens of the two “outlying “ clusters TRIGO and CELT obtained in Figs 4 and S6.
men12047-sup-0009-FigS9.pdfapplication/PDF27KFigure S9 Non Linear Mapping (NLM) performed on the 413 Cytb sequences of Hylomyscus.
men12047-sup-0010-FigS10.pdfapplication/PDF12KFigure S10 HAC on the 25 prototypes from DSOM on Hylomyscus.
men12047-sup-0011-FigS11.pdfapplication/PDF20KFigure S11 Prototypes distribution among the haplotypes (with their respective frequencies). Haplotypes selected as prototypes are represented in red. The first graph contains the results for the 25 prototypes selected among the 97 haplotypes of Astraptes, the second graph the 81 prototypes selected among the 276 haplotypes of Hylomyscus.
men12047-sup-0012-DataS1.txtplain text document30KData S1 The R program.

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