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Table S1 Analysis of variance for FST and mating preference

Fig. S1 Ecological fitness function and the meaning of parameter ss.

Fig. S2 Mating probability distributions for male and female phenotypes.

Fig. S3 The proportion of runs with ecotypes over time.

Fig. S4 The effect of varying parameter mate choice strength parameter sa.

Fig. S5 Final-state relationship between FST and mating discrimination in different conditions.

Fig. S6 Mating discrimination (mean deviation of the c trait from 0.5) in each condition over time.

Fig. S7 Mean FST values in each condition over time.

Fig. S8 Effect of initial value of mating discrimination trait ic.

Fig. S9 Effect of varying the probability of long-distance dispersal, pl.

Fig. S10 Strength of mating discrimination in sheltered and exposed ecotypes.

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