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Table S1 Euclidean geographic distances (km; above diagonal) and Slatkin’s linearized FST (below diagonal) estimated between each pair of populations in the Bronx & Manhattan (top) and Queens (bottom). Sample sizes (N) appear next to each population in the first column.

Table S2 95% confidence intervals for recent migration rates from Table 2 estimated between each pair of populations in the Bronx & Manhattan (top) and Queens (bottom) using BayesAss+ 1.3. Values above the diagonal are migration rates from the populations in the horizontal row into the populations in the vertical column, and values below the diagonal are migration rates from the populations in the vertical column into the populations in the horizontal row.

Table S3 Median values and 95% confidence intervals for uni-directional migration rates, M (m/μ), estimated between each pair of populations in the Bronx & Manhattan (top) and Queens (bottom) using Migrate-n 3.2.1. Values are presented for each of the five independent runs of Migrate-n.

Table S4 Resistance values assigned to 30 × 30 m landscape cells in each of nine different resistance scenarios based on percentage of tree canopy cover.

Table S5 Simple Mantel correlation coefficients, P-values, and 95% confidence intervals calculated for all nine IED and IBR models using Nm, recent migration rates from BayesAss+, and migration rates from Migrate-n as measures of gene flow.

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