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Figure S1. Allele frequency tables for the six microsatellite loci and the mitochondrial DNA fragment.

Figure S2. Adjusting clines on quantitative traits.

Figure S3. Relation between the slope of a cline w, selection s and dispersal α in a tension zone model (w2 = 8 α2/s, Barton and Gale 1993).

Figure S4. Distribution of phenotypic variance across the L. glaucescensL. occidentalis hybrid zone (curve: fitted; dots: observed), for two quantitative traits: coloration of bare parts (a) and plumage (b).

Figure S5. Composition of populations represented by frequency distributions of phenotypes along the zone of secondary contact from L. occidentalis (top left) to L. glaucescens (bottom right) for the coloration of bare parts, the plumage melanism (distributions fitted by C-Fit) and the genotype (from AFC, results not shown).

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