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Fig. S1 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with various correlations ρ between PLD in the full range of mean (FST). See also legend for Fig. 1.

Fig. S2 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations different ρ between PLD and m incorporating uncertainty in PLD estimation in the full range of mean (FST). See also legend for Fig. 2.

Fig. S3 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m in the full range of mean (FST). See also legend for Fig. 3.

Fig. S4 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m acknowledging that FST values may not have reached their equilibrium for recently separated populations in the full range of mean (FST). See also legend for Fig. 4.

Fig. S5 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with various correlations ρ between PLD and m assuming a uniform distribution of Ne between 5 and 5000. See also legend for Fig. 1.

Fig. S6 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations different ρ between PLD and m incorporating uncertainty in PLD estimation assuming a uniform distribution of Ne between 5 and 5000. See also legend for Fig. 2.

Fig. S7 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m incorporating uncertainty in FST estimation assuming a uniform distribution of Ne between 5 and 5000. See also legend for Fig. 3.

Fig. S8 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m acknowledging that FST values may not have reached their equilibrium for recently separated populations assuming a uniform distribution of Ne between 5 and 5000. See also legend for Fig. 4.

Fig. S9 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with various correlations ρ between PLD and m assuming a distribution of Ne with a tail with many small and a few large values. See also legend for Fig. 1.

Fig. S10 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations different ρ between PLD and m incorporating uncertainty in PLD estimation assuming a distribution of Ne with a tail with many small and a few large values. See also legend for Fig. 2.

Fig. S11 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m incorporating uncertainty in FST estimation assuming a distribution of Ne with a tail with many small and a few large values. See also legend for Fig. 3.

Fig. S12 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m acknowledging that FST values may not have reached their equilibrium for recently separated populations assuming a distribution of Ne with a tail with many small and a few large values. See also legend for Fig. 4.

Fig. S13 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with various correlations ρ between PLD and m with a lower cut-off values of which FST-values to keep (FST values lower than 0.5  ×  10−3 rather than 0.5  ×  10−2 were discarded). See also legend for Fig. 1.

Fig. S14 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations different ρ between PLD and m with a lower cut-off values of which FST-values to keep (FST values lower than 0.5  ×  10−3 rather than 0.5  ×  10−2 were discarded). See also legend for Fig. 2.

Fig. S15 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m incorporating uncertainty in FST estimation with a lower cut-off values of which FST-values to keep (FST values lower than 0.5  ×  10−3 rather than 0.5  ×  10−2 were discarded). See also legend for Fig. 3.

Fig. S16 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with correlations ρ between PLD and m acknowledging that FST values may not have reached their equilibrium for recently separated populations with a lower cut-off values of which FST-values to keep (FST values lower than 0.5  ×  10−3 rather than 0.5  ×  10−2 were discarded). See also legend for Fig. 4.

Fig. S17 r2 values comparing log(FST) and log(PLD) as a function of the mean of FST with various correlations ρ between PLD and m assuming a uniform distribution of Ne with various upper and lower bounds. See also legend for Fig. 1.

Appendix S1The R-codes used during simulation.

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