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Fig. S1. Expression patterns of male-specific and male-dominant olfactory receptors.

Fig. S2. Phylogenetic tree and tissue-specific expression of the pheromone binding proteins (PBPs) of moth species.

Fig. S3. Responses of the oocytes expressing PxOR1 and PxOR83 to the P. xylostella sex-pheromone mixtures.

Table S1. Putative male-specific olfactory receptor genes isolated from the male antennae of three moth species.

Table S2. Putative Or83bs family protein genes isolated from three moth species.

Table S3. Putative pheromone binding protein genes isolated from three moth species.

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