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Table S1 Average and standard deviations (in brackets) of climatic variables across sampled populations of the six Iberian pines

Table S2 Genetic diversity of the six Iberian pine species at six cpSSR marker regions

Table S3 Parallelism tests (Milliken & Johnson, 2001) of regression lines between population level genetic diversity and population climatic variables for the six Iberian pine species

Table S4 Authors’ selection of biochemical and molecular marker studies (not exhaustive), with a focus on recent studies in the western Mediterranean, reporting levels of genetic diversity of the six pine species present in the Iberian Peninsula. NP, number of populations; NL, number of loci; NA, data not available

Fig. S1 Location of sampled populations of the six native Iberian pines.

Fig. S2 Importance of nine climatic variables to predict the actual distribution of Iberian pines. Jackknife procedure, from Maxent Software (Philips et al. 2006), applied to a 1 × 1 km grid of presence of the species obtained from the 3rd Spanish National Forest Inventory.

Appendix S1 Investigation of potential unequal sample size biases in cross-species diversity comparisons.

Appendix S2 Direct sequencing of common variants for Pt36480, Pt87268, Pt71936 chloroplast microsatellite markers.

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