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gcb2711-sup-0001-AppendixS1.docxWord document145K Appendix S1. Appendix with detailed model description and Figure S4.
gcb2711-sup-0002-FigureS1.docxWord document18K Figure S1. The average survival probabilities of the SS (specialist) and GG (generalist) individuals, relative to the location of the temperature optimum, resulting from their perceived habitat qualities (see Fig. 1).
gcb2711-sup-0003-FigureS2.docxWord document16K Figure S2. The average numbers of offspring of the SS (specialist) and GG (generalist) females, relative to the location of the temperature optimum, resulting from their perceived habitat qualities (see Fig. 1).
gcb2711-sup-0004-FigureS3.docxWord document16K Figure S3. The average dispersal rates of the SS (specialist) and GG (generalist) individuals, relative to the location of the temperature optimum, resulting from their perceived habitat qualities (see Fig. 1).
gcb2711-sup-0005-FigureS4.docxWord document120K Figure S4. The distributions and numbers of the GG (black bars), SG (dark grey bars) and SS (light grey bars) genotypes in time through the model space under the temperature isocline shift rate of 4 km year−1, with standard deviation of 140 km. The lengths of the bars indicate the sum of the local numbers of individuals. The thin horizontal lines represent the model space, cut into ranges of 50 km. The bold black lines in the model space indicate the locations of the average temperature optimum along the total range of 2000 km in time, which is indicated in the lower right corners of each of the figures. The temperature increase was stopped after 300 years. In this particular run, in year 100 there were several SG-individuals at the range front, indicated by the arrow. These could establish as a result of their selective advantage and their increase in numbers was subsequently enhanced by the founder effect, leading to high numbers of specialists and intermediates throughout the range.

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