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Fig. S1 Top panels: bivariate plots of morphometric PC1 versus morphometric PC3 of morphological characters for females of (a) N. omnicaeuruleus (No) and N. greenwoodi (Ng), (b) P and OB morphs of N. greenwoodi, (c) OB, P and WB morphs of N. omnicaeuruleus; Bottom panels: FC1 versus FC3 of genotypic variation (9 microsatellite loci genotypes) for (d) N. omnicaeuruleus (No) and N. greenwoodi (Ng), (e) P and OB morphs of N. greenwoodi, (f) OB, P and WB morphs of N. omnicaeuruleus . Ellipses represent the 95% confidence intervals of each group.

Fig. S2 (a) Bayesian assignment probabilities of individuals to lineages estimated using structure 2.2, each bar represents an individual and colours indicate the proportion of an individual’s genotype assigned to a particular population, (b) Output of the program structure harvester: plot of means and standard deviations of the –ln probability of data for each population (K).

Table S1 Allelic variability at 9 microsatellite loci. Number of samples analysed in each group (N), number of alleles at each locus (A), allelic richness (AR), observed heterozygosity (HO) and expected heterozygosity (HE) at each locus. Significant differences between HO and HE are in bold, with *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01 and ***P < 0.001.

Table S2 Contingency tables with results of the assignment test based on allele frequencies for comspecific morphs of (a) N. omnicaeruleus and (b) N. greenwoodi. Represented are numbers of individuals of each colour morph (rows) that were assigned to their own morph or to other morphs (columns).

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