SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Disclaimer: Supplementary materials have been peer-reviewed but not copyedited.

FilenameFormatSizeDescription
evo12021-sup-0001-SupMat.pdf2770K

Appendix S1.

Table S1. Population sample information (JH = Jackson Hole Lycaeides; inline image = male sample size; inline image = female sample size).

Table S2. Proportion of phenotypic variance explained by population.

Table S3. The number of genetic regions with posterior inclusion probabilities greater than or equal to the inline image empirical quantile for each pair of traits.

Table S4. The number of genetic regions with posterior inclusion probabilities greater than or equal to the inline image empirical quantile for each pair of traits.

Figure S1. Histograms summarize the variation for each morphological trait (diagonal) and scatter plots depict the covariance between pairs of characters (off-diagonal; light gray = L. idas, gray = Jackson Hole Lycaeides, black = L. melissa).

Figure S2. Histograms summarize the variation for each oviposition preference trait (diagonal) and scatter plots depict the covariance between pairs of characters (off-diagonal; light gray = L. idas, gray = Jackson Hole Lycaeides, black = L. melissa).

Figure S3. Histograms depict the reference allele frequency distribution for all loci and each population. We define population abbreviations in Table S1.

Figure S4. Histograms depict estimated effect sizes for SNPs with posterior inclusion probabilities greater than 0.01.

Figure S5. Plots depict genetic region posterior inclusion probabilities for forearm length (A) and (B), humerelus length (C), and the proportion of eggs laid on Astragalus (D).

Please note: Wiley Blackwell is not responsible for the content or functionality of any supporting information supplied by the authors. Any queries (other than missing content) should be directed to the corresponding author for the article.