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Figure S1. The proportion of eggs that develop, egg hatch, hatch-to-emergence survival, and the proportion of all eggs that gave rise to an emerged adult offspring for outbred (•) and inbred (○) beetles from two populations of Callosobruchus maculatus raised at three temperatures and on two hosts.

Table S1. Logistic regression analysis for the effects of population (SI or BF), rearing temperature (17°C, 27°C, or 37°C), and rearing host (mung or azuki) on egg development, egg hatch, larval survival, and cumulative probability that an egg produces an adult offspring, for outbred Callosobruchus maculatus.

Table S2. Analysis of variance testing for the effects of population (SI or BF), rearing temperature (17°C, 27°C, or 37°C), and rearing host (mung or azuki) on the inbreeding load (L) for egg development, egg hatch, larval survival, and cumulative probability that an egg produces an adult offspring, for Callosobruchus maculatus.

Table S3. The Pearson moment correlations for inbreeding depression (δ) between pairs of temperatures (correlations are among blocks).

Table S4. Studies used in our meta-analysis of inbreeding--stress interactions.

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