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Fig. S1 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 77 Carex curvula genets in the population ‘Biedmer’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genets are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S2 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 68 Carex curvula genets in the population ‘Valetta Schlattain’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S3 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 37 Carex curvula genets in the population ‘Vf. Paltinului’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S4 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 62 Carex curvula genets in the population ‘Vf. Pietrosu’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S5 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 78 Dryas octopetala genets in the population ‘Il Jalet’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S6 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 91 Dryas octopetala genets in the population ‘Calanda’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S7 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 75 Dryas octopetala genets in the population ‘Bonistock’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S8 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 76 Dryas octopetala genets in the population ‘Baba Mare’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S9 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 79 Salix herbacea genets in the population ‘Blauberg’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S10 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 76 Salix herbacea genets in the population ‘Flüelapass’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S11 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 92 Salix herbacea genets in the population ‘Lulip’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S12 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 91 Salix herbacea genets in the population ‘Kåfjorddalen’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S13 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 17 Vaccinium uliginosum genets in the population ‘Stillberg’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S14 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 20 Vaccinium uliginosum genets in the population ‘Lulip’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

Fig. S15 Map showing the spatial distribution of the 12 Vaccinium uliginosum genets in the population ‘Steindalen’. Genets sampled only once are shown without colour filling, while samples belonging to the same genet are shown in the same colour and have the same number.

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