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Fig. S1 Age related changes in beak dimensions.

Fig. S2 Fine-mapping linkage scan for additive genetic variation in beak length controlled for body size scanned in 1 cM intervals.

Fig. S3 Fine-mapping linkage scan for additive genetic variation in beak depth controlled for size scanned in 1 cM intervals.

Fig. S4 Fine-mapping linkage scan for additive genetic variation in beak width controlled for size scanned in 1 cM intervals.

Table S1 Variance components (standardized by the phenotypic variance) and correlation estimates along with their standard errors for all three beak dimensions.

Table S2 Maternal and early rearing effects estimated in GridQTL by fitting mother identity and brood identity as random effects.

Table S3 Linear models with beak dimensions as dependent variables (measured in mm), sex and status as factorial predictors (2 levels each), age (measured in years), inbreeding coefficient (f) and cube root of mass (measured in g), tarsus length and wing length (measured in mm) as covariates.

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