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bij1942-sup-0001-fS1.tif967K Figure S1. Gel image showing pcr-RFLP patterns of cytochrome b digestion in Artemisiospiza belli using restriction enzymes Alu I and Hinf I. The combination of enzymes allowed individuals to be scored as either AC (typical A. b. belli), AD (typical A. b. canescens), or BC (typical A. b. nevadensis).
bij1942-sup-0002-tS1.pdf61K Table S1. Specimens, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplotypes and GenBank numbers of Artemisiospiza belli examined in this study using polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) and sequencing of cytochrome b. Specimen details are available from the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ) Bird Collection database at http://arctos.database.museum.
bij1942-sup-0003-tS2.doc42K Table S2. Principal components analysis of eight bioclimatic variables (http://www.worldclim.org/bioclim) for 232 breeding point localities of Artemisiospiza belli [data from the ORNithological Information System (ORNIS) distributed data network, http://ornisnet.org]. Factor loadings are given for the first three principal component axes. Localities from the Owens Valley contact zone (Cicero & Johnson, 2007) were mostly excluded from this analysis.

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