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Fig. S1 Phylogenetic tree inferred from the concatenation of all gene sequences.

Fig. S2 Phylogenetic tree inferred from the concatenation of all sequenced loci after removing all sites with gaps.

Fig. S3 Phylogenetic tree based on partial gltA sequences (269 bp) of the B. grahamii strains analyzed in this study, and additional sequences from other parts of the world.

Fig. S4 Phylogenetic tree for locus 5.

Fig. S5 Consensus tree from ClonalFrame.

Fig. S6 Schematic representation of PFGE results with the NotI enzyme for all strains (left).

Fig. S7 Circular representation of the microarray results for the plasmid pBGR3.

Fig. S8 Hybridization results of the fha-repeat in BgGI 4 (top, two of the three fha/hec operons in this island are shown), BgGI 14 (bottom, left) and BgGI 7 (bottom, right).

Fig. S9 Map showing the approximate extension of the latest glacial epoch.

Table S1 EMBL accession numbers for the eleven sequenced loci.

Table S2 Sequence similarities within and between phylogenetic or geographic groups.

Table S3. Predicted recombination events within sequenced loci.

Table S4 Predicted recombination events in the MLST dataset from (Inoue et al. 2009).

Table S5 Sequence divergence and estimated divergence time of genetically monomorphic pathogens and our B. grahamii populations.

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