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Figure S1. Temporal dynamic of population differentiation in the local hitchhiking model.

Figure S2. Temporal dynamic of population differentiation in the local hitchhiking model with random drift.

Figure S3. Chromosomal footprint of local hitchhiking when sampling the cline.

Figure S4. Different shapes of "hitchhiking-clines."

Figure S5. Haplotype structure at the five polymorphisms that map to the base of the hitchhiker lineage in the Mytilus edulis sample of the North Sea (n = 86) and the M. edulis sample of the Bay of Biscay (n = 80).

Figure S6. Independent fits to a single population hitchhiking model at the EF1α gene in the two populations of Mytilus edulis.

Figure S7. The footprint of local hitchhiking at the ADH gene in North American populations of Drosophila melanogaster.

Table S1. List of primers used to genotype each of the nine loci used in this study.

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