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Appendix S1. Supplementary methods.

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Figure S1. Map of the study area in north-central Indiana, USA displaying the distribution of four major habitat types (forest, water, urban and agriculture). The spatial distribution of the 31 forest patches also are depicted (filled circles).

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Figure S2. Power analysis for the randomization test to evaluate levels of average relatedness at the scale of the local population. The analysis was based on 100 simulated local populations that mimic the observed local populations in terms of genetic differentiation (FST = 0.018), local population size and allelic richness of the 13 microsatellites utilized (see details mentioned earlier). Local populations with number of genotyped individuals below the maximum tolerated type II error (β = 0.05; dashed line) were dropped from all analyses.

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Table S1. Summary demographic statistics related to sampling and demographic parameters in raccoons inhabiting 35 discrete habitat patches in north central Indiana (local populations) classified into two categories: KH (local populations exhibiting significant levels of kin structure) and KL (local populations exhibiting non-significant levels of kin structure).

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Table S2. Summary results of parentage analyses and the relative levels of philopatry in raccoons inhabiting 35 discrete habitat patches in north central Indiana (local populations) classified into two categories: KH (local populations exhibiting significant levels of kin structure) and KL (local populations exhibiting non-significant levels of kin structure).

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