Fig. S1 Phylogenies of ND5 and Rab4 partial sequences from 51 isolates of the Daphnia pulex complex. (A) Bayesian phylogenetic inference of 51 ND5 partial sequences constructed using no peculiar model; (B) Bayesian phylogenetic inference of 71 Rab4 partial sequences constructed using the HKY+G model (colour represent identifications: red for ‘pure D. pulex’, orange for ‘hybrid D. pulex’, light green for D. pulicaria, dark green for D. middendorffiana, pink for D. melanica, light blue for D. arenata, dark blue for European D. pulicaria, grey for D. tenebrosa and introgressed D. tenebrosa, black for European D. pulex; Symbols indicate polyploids; ? indicates a clone with an unknown hybrid state).

Fig. S2 Principal Coordinate analyses and K-means analyses (with 7 or 8 clusters) constructed using different distances on 105 microsatellite genotypes from the Daphnia pulex complex. (A) Jaccard’s distance; (B) Nei’s distance; (C) Tomiuk and Loeschke’s index (TLI); (D) Band sharing measure (BSM) (Only the two first axes are represented; no European D. pulex isolate was included in this analysis; colours are the same as the Figure 1 but black filled symbols represent unknown hybrid state; empty symbols represent putative diploid and filled ones indicate polyploids; polygons represent K-means clusters).

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