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Table S1. Geographic composition of molecular operational taxonomic units (MOTUs) composed of more than one soil foraminiferal SSU rDNA sequence. Each matrix corresponds to a chosen sequence similarity level of either 95% (I) and 98% (II). For the sake of clarity, eight entries corresponding to soils that do not share sequences with any other soil locality were eliminated: Lommel (L), Balen, La Côte Saint-André (LCSA), Feucherolles (FM), Saint-Elie (SE), Lamto (LAM) and both the Tabtenga sites (BFA and BF).

Table S2. Nucleotidic pairwise distance matrix of 49 soil foraminiferal SSU rDNA sequences, showing distances that do not exceed 5% in bold (I) and corresponding detailed geographic origin of molecular operational taxonomic units (MOTUs) for each pair of sequences (II). MOTUs nomenclature as in Table S1. Genetic distances were computed with MEGA4 (Tamura et al., 2007) using the Kimura 2-Parameter substitution model. Gaps and missing data were treated choosing the pairwise deletion option.

Table S3. Nucleotidic pairwise distance matrix of 49 soil foraminiferal SSU rDNA sequences, showing distances that do not exceed 2% in bold (I) and corresponding detailed geographic origin of molecular operational taxonomic units (MOTUs) for each pair of sequences (II). MOTUs nomenclature as in Table S1. Genetic distances were computed with MEGA4 (Tamura et al., 2007) using the Kimura 2-Parameter substitution model. Gaps and missing data were treated choosing the pairwise deletion option.

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