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Table S1 Tree grid references and herbarium voucher numbers

Table S2 Population allele compositions of the sexual Sorbus taxa

Table S3a Origin of S. anglica multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. anglica, against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S3b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. anglica. Data derived from Table S1a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S4a Origin of S. bristoliensis multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allelic composition of S. bristoliensis, against which all parental matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S4b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. bristoliensis. Data derived from Table S2a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S5a Origin of S. eminens multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. eminens, against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S5b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. eminens. Data derived from Table S3a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S6a Origin of S. whiteana multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. whiteana, against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S6b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. whiteana. Data derived from Table S5a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S7a Origin of S. porrigentiformis multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. porrigentiformis against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S7b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. porrigentiformis. Data derived from Table S6a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S8a Origin of S. leighensis multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. leighensis against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S8b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. leighensis . Data derived from Table S7a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S9a Origin of S. × avonensis multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. × avonensis against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S9b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. × avonensis. Data derived from Table S8a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S10a Origin of S. × thuringiaca 232 multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. × thuringiaca 232 against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S10b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. × thuringiaca 232. Data derived from Table S9a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S11a Origin of S. × thuringiaca 252 multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. × thuringiaca 252 against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S11b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. × thuringiaca 252. Data derived from Table S10a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S12a Origin of S. wilmottiana multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. wilmottiana against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S12b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. wilmottiana. Data derived from Table S11a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S13a Origin of S. croceocarpa multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. croceocarpa against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S13b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. croceocarpa. Data derived from Table S12a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S14a Origin of S. intermedia multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. intermedia against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S14b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. intermedia. Data derived from Table S13a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S15a Origin of S. latifolia multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. latifolia against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S15b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. latifolia. Data derived from Table S14a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S16a Origin of S. × houstoniae multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. × houstoniae against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S16b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. × houstoniae. Data derived from Table S15a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

Table S17a Origin of S. × robertsonii multilocus phenotype. Figures in the columns represent the number of individuals seen carrying each allele. Shaded boxes represent the allele composition of S. × robertsonii against which all simulated matings were compared. Each of the listed taxa was considered a potential parent

Table S17b Identification of compatible matings among the Avon Gorge Sorbus taxa that match the multilocus phenotype of S. × robertsonii. Data derived from Table S16a. Figures in the columns represent the number of allele mutations required for that particular mating to match the phenotype of the putative progeny. A score of zero (highlighted) represents a multilocus phenotype match

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