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Fig. S1 Schematic representation of the two types of reproductive system in W. auropunctata. Note: Individual genotypes are represented by rectangles (diploid females: two lines; haploid males: one line), constituted of several loci represented by squares (white & gray squares: ‘female’ alleles; black squares: ‘male’ alleles). Sexuality, arrhenotokous parthenogenesis, thelytokous parthenogenesis and male clonality events are represented by dark gray, light gray, white and black arrows, respectively. Note that clonal males are produced from eggs laid by female queens.

Fig. S2 Best-fit ML tree of mtDNA COI haplotypes obtained from W. auropunctata individuals sampled in dominant and non-dominant populations. Note: Individuals sampled in dominant and non-dominant populations are highlighted in red and green, respectively. Names of the W. auropunctata individuals were coded as follows: name of the site, nest number (except for clones present in several nests), type of individual (Q, queen; G, gyne; M, male; LS, larval stage; W, worker) and individual number. Three individuals of the closely related species W. rochai coded Wro) were used as outgroup. Code name of the supercolony of origin is indicated between brackets. See Foucaud et al. 2007 for details.

Fig. S3 Neighbor-Joining dendrograms of the microsatellite (allele-shared) distances between W. auropunctata workers sampled in dominant and non-dominant populations. Note: Individual genotypes sampled from dominant and non-dominant populations are highlighted in red and green, respectively. Orange or pink rectangles indicate clonal (orange) and sexual (pink) reproductive systems. Purple or blue rectangles indicate human-modified (purple) and natural (blue) habitats. A random subset of individuals from all sites was included (from three to six individual per site). Similar results were obtained when using all individual genotypes (not shown). Dendrograms are not rooted due to the absence of PCR amplification of W. auropunctata microsatellite loci in W. rochai. Names of the W. auropunctata individuals were coded as follows: name of the site, nest number (except for clones present in several nests), type of individual (Q, queen; G, gyne; M, male; LS, larval stage; W, worker) and individual number. Code name of the supercolony of origin is indicated between brackets.

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