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Figure S1. The level of pigmentation in perch in relation to the size of the individuals.

Figure S2. The level of pigmentation in juvenile perch in relation to morphology.

Figure S3. Number of surviving individuals at the end of the experiment depending on treatment in the predator-driven habitat choice experiment.

Figure S4. Variation in pigmentation depending on treatment in the predator-driven habitat choice experiment.

Table S1. Estimated standard errors for the slope of from the logistic regression analyses of natural selection for each trial in the predator selection experiment for length (L), level of pigmentation (P) and morphology (M) and the quadratic (L·L, P·P, and M·M) and correlational selection gradients (L·P, L·M, and P·M) for each experimental replicate for trials done in (A) open water and (B) vegetation.

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