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Figure S1. Genetic variance in a homogenous population at equilibrium.

Figure S2. Predicted values of the mean genotype in patch 1 as a function of migration rate with different amounts of environmental variance (VE).

Figure S3. Predicted values of the mean genotype in patch 1 as a function of mutation rate with different amounts of environmental variance (VE).

Figure S4. Predicted mean genotype (A) and genetic variance (B) as a function of migration rate with different rates of recombination.

Figure S5. Mean genotype from the simulations versus GAM predictions as a function of migration rate (A) and mutation rate (B) with different mutation effect sizes (α).

Figure S6. Equilibrium phenotypic divergence as given by numerically solving equation S1 (dots) and by the approximation S2 (lines) for VE = 0.5, VS = ω2 + VE = 2.5 (red) and VS = 25 (blue), and for θi = ±1 and ±2.5 (with VP = 1, and 2, respectively).

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