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Figure S1. Example of a thermal performance curve.

Figure S2. Mean temperatures for all locations-of-origin (± 10–40 km) for the populations examined in this study.

Figure S3. The area of the wing used for wing area measurements.

Table S1. Populations, collection dates, collectors, and the number of isofemale lines for each of the populations used in this study.

Table S2. Climate data.

Table S3. Number of replicate cages used in fecundity experiments.

Table S4. Sums of squared errors (SSE) and values of Bayesian information criterion (BIC) for different functions (quadratic, cubic, Gaussian, functions (6) and (10) from Logan et al. 1976) fitted to fecundity data.

Table S5. Means and standard errors of the mean for absolute fecundity, measured at different (mean) temperatures.

Table S6. Means and standard errors of the mean for relative fecundity, measured at different (mean) temperatures.

Table S7. Bootstrap P-values for pairwise comparisons of different parameters of fecundity performance curves.

Table S8. Fully factorial, two-way fixed-effects ANOVA models for morphological traits.

Table S9. Means and standard errors of the mean for morphological traits, measured at different (mean) temperatures.

Table S10. Multiple nonlinear (for thorax length, wing area, ovariole number) and linear (for wing loading, ovariole index) regression.

Table S11. Estimated parameters from multiple nonlinear regression for thorax length; also see Table S10.

Table S12. Estimated parameters from multiple nonlinear regression for wing area; also see Table S10.

Table S13. Estimated parameters from multiple nonlinear regression for ovariole number; also see Table S10.

Table S14. Estimated parameters from multiple linear regression for wing loading; also see Table S10.

Table S15. Estimated parameters from multiple linear regression for ovariole index; also see Table S10.

Table S16. Parameter estimates for reaction norms of morphological traits, with standard errors of the mean.

Table S17. Analysis of means (ANOM) of estimated reaction norm parameters for thorax length (α = 0.05).

Table S18. Analysis of means (ANOM) of estimated reaction norm parameters for wing area (α = 0.05).

Table S19. Analysis of means (ANOM) of estimated reaction norm parameters for ovariole number (α = 0.05).

Table S20. Analysis of means (ANOM) of estimated reaction norm parameters for wing loading (α = 0.05).

Table S21. Analysis of means (ANOM) of estimated reaction norm parameters for ovariole index (α = 0.05).

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