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Table S1. Trait (co)variances (x1000) and correlations (shaded gray) for the 18 lacustrine stickleback populations.

Table S2. Trait means for the 18 lacustrine stickleback populations and the marine population (last row).

Table S3. Trajectories of divergence in mean morphology between each lacustrine stickleback population and the ancestor.

Table S4. Magnitude of sexual dimorphism in gill raker length (male minus female mean), and in all traits combined (`multivariate'; length of vector connecting male and female centroids), within the lacustrine and marine stickleback populations.

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Please note: [Correction added after online publication April 7, 2010: last line of abstract corrected to read: ?biases the direction of adaptive diversification predictably?]

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