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Fig. S1 Individual neighbor-joining tree from the 215 AFLP phenotypes from the 24 populations of Carex extensa using Nei & Li (1979) genetic distance coefficient. Numbers above branches indicate bootstrap values >50% (10 000 replicates). Individual labels are only provided for the supported clades and for individuals from the Corsican populations. Population coding as in Table  2.

Fig. S2 NJ tree of clustering of individual BAPS analysis using the 215 AFLP phenotypes from the 24 populations of Carex extensa and the genetic distance coefficient of BAPS analysis. Number of individuals and populations of origin are shown. Population coding as in Table  2.

Fig. S3 Simple sequence repeats sampling map. For each locus, alleles have been colour coded. When an allele is fixed in a population, the population is colour coded as the allele. When a population is polymorphic, allele frequency is shown and colour coded as the allele that it represents.

Fig. S4 Neighbor Joining tree of clustering of individual BAPS analysis using the 188 SSR genotypes from the 20 populations of Carex extensa and the genetic distance coefficient of BAPS analysis. Number of individuals and populations of precedence are shown. Population coding as in Table  2.

Table S1 Carex extensa specific sequences for the polymorphic loci CL101 (from Carex limosa), CL113 (from C. limosa), Cko2-112 and Cko2-118. For these loci 18 individuals have been sequenced. Primer sequences of loci CL88, CL100, CL102 and CL114 originating from C. limosa are given as well

Material S1 (A) List of materials for the ITS Spirostachyae molecular clock data set, indicating GenBank number. (B) List of materials for the trnK-Spirostachyae molecular clock data set, indicating GenBank number. (C) List of materials for the trnK data set for phylogenetic and network analysis, indicating GenBank number. (D) List of materials for the ycf6-psbM data set indicating GenBank number.

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