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evo12394-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdf67KFigure S1. Photographs of mountain pine forests at (A) high elevations near tree limit where density of trees is low and trees are widely spaced, and (B) at low elevations where density of trees is high and the canopy more closed.
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Table S1. Multivariate linear selection gradients (β) for phenotypic selection exerted by crossbills and red squirrels on mountain pine along altitudinal transects in La Cerdanya, eastern Pyrenees, Spain in 2008 (n = 97 trees) and in 2009 (n = 100 trees).

Table S2. Univariate linear selection differentials (β’) for phenotypic selection exerted by crossbills and red squirrels on mountain pine along altitudinal transects in La Cerdanya, eastern Pyrenees, Spain in 2008 (n = 97 trees) and in 2009 (n = 100 trees).

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Table S3. Nonlinear (γ) and correlational (γij) selection gradients for phenotypic selection exerted by crossbills on mountain pine along altitudinal transects in La Cerdanya, eastern Pyrenees, Spain in 2008 (n = 97 trees) and in 2009 (n = 100 trees).

Table S4. Nonlinear (γ) and correlational (γij) selection gradients for phenotypic selection exerted by red squirrels on mountain pine along altitudinal transects in La Cerdanya, eastern Pyrenees, Spain in 2008 (n = 97 trees) and in 2009 (n = 100 trees).

Table S5. Nonlinear selection differentials (γ’) for phenotypic selection exerted by crossbills on mountain pine along altitudinal transects in La Cerdanya, eastern Pyrenees, Spain in 2008 (n = 97 trees) and in 2009 (n = 100 trees).

Table S6. Nonlinear selection differentials (γ’) for phenotypic selection exerted by red squirrels on mountain pine along altitudinal transects in La Cerdanya, eastern Pyrenees, Spain in 2008 (n = 97 trees) and in 2009 (n = 100 trees).

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