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Fig. S2 Geographical distribution of the number of private haplotypes (standardized to mean = 0 and SD = 1) for the 48 stands analysed. Pinpoint dimension is proportional to the absolute parameter value, while point colour represents values above (white) or below (grey) the grand mean.

Fig. S3 Geographical distribution of the within-population haplotypic variance (Sw, after Slatkin 1995, standardized to mean = 0 and SD = 1) for the 48 stands analysed. Pinpoint dimension is proportional to the absolute parameter value, while point colour represents values above (white) or below (grey) the grand mean.

Fig. S4 Geographical distribution of the stands showing significant deviation of the within-population mean number of haplotypic differences (xij) from the expected Poisson distribution. Dark-grey large points, P < 0.001; medium-grey medium-sized points, P < 0.01; light-grey small points, P < 0.05; white smallest points, n.s.

Fig. S5 Results of the principal component analysis (PCA) carried out on spatially interpolated haplotype frequencies of the 430 grid points covering the current range of Pinus pinaster. Figures in parentheses refer to the proportion of the total haplotypefrequency variance accounted for by each component. GENE ZONES IN MARITIME PINE 2153

Fig. S6 Geographical distribution of sampled stands showing significant deviation from gene zones? haplotypes means (after Kolmogorov?Smirnov nonparametric test). White points, n.s.; light grey points, P < 0.05; dark grey points, P < 0.01.

Table S1 List of the 48 populations sampled in this investigation. Geographical coordinates are in decimal degrees (negative values: degrees of longitude west of Greenwich).

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