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Figure S1. Geographical distribution of each taxon in Schizocodon. Distribution data were obtained from the museum specimen locality and field observations. Circles, triangles, black squares, black diamonds and black inverted triangles indicate S. soldanelloides var. soldanelloides, S. soldanelloides var. magnus, S. ilicifolius var. ilicifolius, S. ilicifolius var. intercedens and S. ilicifolius var. minimus, respectively.

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Figure S2. Distribution of the likelihood values (black diamonds), the value of the highest H (black circles) and ΔK (black squares) for a K value (number of clusters) using STRUCTURE.

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Figure S3. Neighbor-joining (NJ) tree of 161 Schizocodon individuals and the outgroup, except for sympatric populations. Numbers over four individuals beside the branches indicate bootstrap support (1000 replicates). Numbers at branch ends correspond to the population number in Table 1. Circles, triangles, black squares, black diamonds and black inverted triangles correspond to S. soldanelloides var. soldanelloides, S. soldanelloides var. magnus, S. ilicifolius var. ilicifolius, S. ilicifolius var. intercedens and S. ilicifolius var. minimus, respectively.

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Figure S4. The clamping picture from the projection of the soldanelloides cluster model. Black and grey indicate where clamping has had a large effect.

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Table S1. DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank accession numbers of nucleotide sequences from each plastid DNA haplotype.

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