gcb2508-sup-0001-TableS1.docxWord document18KTable S1. Samples of Dipodomys microps sorted by locality identification number. Ear-clips are identified by a tissue number (LVT – Las Vegas Tissues); vouchers are identified by a tissue and voucher number (MVZ – Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, TTU – Texas Technical University, NMMNH – New Mexico Museum of Natural History). Latitude and longitude are in decimal degrees and WGS 84 datum.
gcb2508-sup-0002-TableS2.docxWord document15KTable S2. Population pairwise FST values calculated from pairwise differences in arlequin among 12 populations of Dipodomys microps with sample size equal or larger than 10. ‘C’ and ‘A’ after the locality number correspond to Coleogyne and Atriplex populations, respectively. The color shadings delineate values within and between the two habitat types. All values are significant at  0.05.
gcb2508-sup-0003-FigureS1.tifimage/tif18934KFigure S1. A phylogenetic tree reconstructed in the program mrbayes (version 3.1.1) for unique haplotypes of Dipodomys microps and relevant outgroups using the following parameters: GTR+I+Γ model, 8 000 000 generations, 25% burn-in, and heating decreased to 0.02.
gcb2508-sup-0004-FigureS2.tifimage/tif5193KFigure S2. Scatterplot between nucleotide diversity and sample size (a), nucleotide diversity and latitude (b), genetic distance among populations and latitude (c), haplotype diversity and sample size (d), haplotype diversity and latitude (e), and frequency of private haplotypes and latitude (f) based on control region sequences of Dipodomys microps.
gcb2508-sup-0005-FigureS3a.tifimage/tif9026KFigure S3a. Mismatch distributions for 12 sampling localities with sample size greater than or equal to 10 (graphs 1–6).
gcb2508-sup-0006-FigureS3b.tifimage/tif9031KFigure S3b. Mismatch distributions for 12 sampling localities with sample size greater than or equal to 10 (graphs 7–12).

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