Data S1 Determination procedure of the number of gene pools in the structure analysis

Table S1 Shown for each population are population locality with latitude and longitude, sample size (n) and genetic diversity measures.

Table S2 The primers used for chloroplast DNA sequencing.

Table S3 Chloroplast DNA sequence polymorphisms detected in three non-coding regions of Kalopanax septemlobus identifying 26 haplotypes (H1–33).

Table S4 Chloroplast haplotype frequency within the 75 Kalopanax septemlobus populations sampled.

Fig. S1 Spatial distribution of (a) private allelic richness of nuclear microsatellites and (b) the number of private chloroplast haplotypes detected in each population, with predicted palaeodistribution during the LGM superimposed.

Fig. S2 (a) Log-likelihood of the data, LnP(D) and (b) the second-order rate of change of LnP(D), Δ K values (Evanno et al. 2005) are plotted against the number of gene pools, K.

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