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Fig. S1 Comparison between next generation sequencing platforms (a) PGM semi-conducting and (b) GS-FLX (454) pyro-sequencing in the proportional distribution of unique microsatellite sequence lengths, among the three taxa (MR, Macrozamia riedlei; PD, Podocarpus drouynianus; RB, Ricinocarpos brevis).

Fig. S2 Comparison between next generation sequencing platforms (PGM semi-conducting and GS-FLX pyro-sequencing) in the proportion of different motif types (e.g. AT) within each motif class (di- and tri-nucleotide), among the three taxa (MR, Macrozamia riedlei; PD, Podocarpus drouynianus; RB, Ricinocarpos brevis). Sequences of >80 bp were used. We adopted minimal names for motifs with circular permutation and reverse complementary sequences grouped together (e.g. ATG is for ATG/CAT, TGA/TCA, GAT/ATC). Tetranucleotide, pentanucleotide and hexnucleotide classes are not graphically presented due to the small numbers within each type.

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