Table S1 Information on individual wild boarsamples including sex, age in months, sampling location (nationalpark or municipality), sample source (collecting person orinstitute), PCA clustering with hybrid identification,STRUCTURE population assignment(K = 4) and population assignment probabilities ofSTRUCTURE K = 3.

Table S2 MtDNA haplotypes of pig breeds and wild boar populations.

Table S3 Sample details and GenBank accession numbers of the mtDNA D-loop sequences that formed the basis of the mtDNA haplotypes used in this study (see also supplementary information Table S2).

Fig. S1 L(K) indicated by points withstandard deviation bars and Delta(K) indicated by trianglesconnected by a solid line, per K of the performedSTRUCTURE runs following the method of Evanno (2005).

Fig. S2 Neighbour Joining tree of swine mtDNA D-loop haplotypes.

Fig. S3 Chromosomal positions of introgressed SNPs for all nine identified hybrids.

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