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mec5724-sup-0001-FigureS1-S8-TableS1-S3.pdfapplication/PDF1423K Fig. S1 Results of structure harvester (Earl 2011), indicating likelihood [LnP(K)] scores of K populations (1–10). Fig. S2 Results of structure harvester (Earl 2011), indicating DeltaK values for K populations (1–9). Fig. S3 Results of the Bayesian assignment test for two putative populations (= 2) based upon microsatellite DNA data implemented in the program structure (Pritchard et al. 2000). Fig. S4 Anopheles gambiae minimum spanning tree (Kruskal 1956; Prim 1957) constructed in the program Arlequin ver. 3.5.1.2 (Excoffier & Lischer 2010), and visualized using HapStar (Teacher & Griffiths 2011). Fig. S5 Anopheles gambiae complex minimum spanning tree (Kruskal 1956; Prim 1957) constructed in the program Arlequin ver. 3.5.1.2 (Excoffier & Lischer 2010), and visualized using HapStar (Teacher & Griffiths 2011). Fig. S6 Unrooted maximum likelihood tree of Anopheles gambiae complex member species including Central, West, and Bioko Island A. melas populations. Fig. S7 Posterior density plots for the timing of divergence events (generations before present) of a) Bioko Island from the western cluster and b) of the split between the western and southern clusters, as estimated by approximated Bayesian computation. Fig. S8 Posterior density plots of effective population size (Ne) estimates for the three main populations considered in ABC analysis – the Western and Southern population clusters and Bioko Island. Table S1 Anopheles gambiae Complex ND4-ND5 mtDNA sequences that represent five different species from the A. gambiae complex and were originally published by Besansky et al. (1994). Table S2 Description of individual scenarios: (Note: although coalescent simulations go backwards 47 in time and were coded as such, to simplify interpretation, they are described as if occurring forwards in time, as in reality). Table S3 Notations of parameters listed in Table S2 and prior ranges 60 and parameterization conditions used in simulations.

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