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Figure S1. Number of wild boars harvested in Luxembourg (per hunting year), between 1899 and 2005. The number of hunting permits is given to show that the increase over the last 30 years was unlikely to be a result of increased hunting pressure. Data from Service Chasse, Administration des Eaux et Forêts.

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Figure S2. Numbers of wild boars harvested (per km2) in Luxembourg during three hunting season separated by a 10-year period. The geographical distribution of the wild boar hunting bag is not known before 1989. Data from Service Nature/Chasse, Administration de la Nature et des Forêts, Luxembourg.

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Figure S3. Factorial correspondence analysis (based on 14 microsatellite loci) of the genetic diversity of different pig breeds and the wild boar study population. The wild boar dataset is subdivided into groups of individuals with different posterior probabilities (according to the genetic clustering algorithm STRUCTURE) of membership of the wild boar genetic cluster (see main text for further details). The percentage of the total variation explained by each of the two axes is given.

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Table S1. Selection of GenBank sequences matching the haplotypes observed in the present study.

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