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evo12122-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdf198KFigure S1. Drosophila santomea does not show a significant variation in the abdominal pigmentation levels.
evo12122-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdf457KFigure S2. Average longevity is affected by different doses of ultraviolet radiation in Drosophila yakuba.
evo12122-sup-0003-FigureS3.tiff1521KFigure S3. Pigmentation mutants in pure Drosophila yakuba introgressed into a Täi18 background.
evo12122-sup-0004-FigureS4.pdf173KFigure S4. Drosophila yakuba shows rapid evolution in the levels of abdominal pigmentation in both sexes in laboratory conditions.
evo12122-sup-0005-FigureS5.pdf15117KFigure S5. Pigmentation of the isofemale lines after 80 generation of being kept in laboratory conditions.
evo12122-sup-0006-FigureS6.pdf459KFigure S6. Regression of mean abdominal pigmentation levels of female offspring on the average mother pigmentation value (20 observations per mother and 20 replicates per isofemale line).
evo12122-sup-0007-FigureS7.pdf433KFigure S7. Regression of mean abdominal pigmentation levels of male offspring on the average father pigmentation value (20 observations per father and 20 replicates per isofemale line).
evo12122-sup-0008-suppmat.R108KTable S1. Heritability measurements for abdominal pigmentation at generation 94. Since the average and the variance of pigmentation differed between sexes, we calculated heritability for each sex independently.

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