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Fig. S1. Population split model for the simulation-based study of the effects of microsatellite null alleles on neighbour-joining tree reconstruction.

Fig. S2. Estimated values and 95% confidence intervals of expected heterozygosity (Nei 1987).

Fig. S3. Mode estimates and 95% HPDIs of local FST values obtained with the program GESTE under the model with the highest probability (i.e. model 9). The model 9 includes a constant and, the factors Outbreaking and Insularity, and their interaction. Results are those obtained from the first replicate run.

Fig. S4. Effects of null alleles and efficiency of the INA correction method on statistics describing within-population genetic variation for NeµR = 1.

Fig. S5. Effects of null alleles and efficiency of the INA correction method on BAPS analysis and NJ clustering method for NeµR = 1.

Fig. S6. Effects of null alleles and efficiency of the INA correction method on genetic distances traditionally used for recovering correct NJ tree topologies.

Table S1. Heterozygosities, HWE and null allele frequency estimation

Table S2. Pairwise and P values of Fisher exact tests for genotypic differentiation between populations for 25 Locusta migratoria populations using 14 microsatellite loci

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