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Figure S1. NeighborNet network from SpliTstree4 showing reticulate relationships among lineages.

Figure S2. Marginal posterior probability for (A) current Ne and ancestral Ne, and (B) asymmetric population migration rates (2Nem) estimated with IMa2.

Figure S3. Boxplots illustrating the observed differences in (A) herkogamy, (B) protandry, (C) flower size, and (D) autofertility xantiana and parviflora.

Figure S4. Ancestral character reconstructions based on the best topology from GARLI (Fig. 2) for (A) protandry, (B) flower size, (C) autofertility, and (D) herkogamy.

Table S1. Population codes (Site #), location, number of samples (N), elevation, and geographic coordinates of individuals included in this study.

Table S2. Population-level estimates of θw and Tajima's D.

Table S3. Taxon-level estimates of θw and Tajima's D.

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