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Fig. S1 Mean within-population relatedness for eastern wood frog populations.

Table S1 Studies examining wood frog movement, dispersal, microhabitat selection and population structure at spatial scales < 30 km and implications for landscape variable selection in the present analysis of regional landscape genetics

Table S2 Collection sites and summary of samples

Table S3 Genetic diversity indices for populations and loci

Table S4 Results for the correlation between landscape resistance and wood frog genetic structure based on each landscape model after jack-knifing across all loci

Table S5 Sensitivity analyses evaluating the extent to which the relative land cover values chosen for input into CIRCUITSCAPE influence the final outcome of the isolation-by-resistance analyses

Table S6 Pairwise genetic structure among northeastern wood frog populations

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