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Table S1. The amino acids sites that varied among the cow and Wolbachia-infected and -uninfected Ceratosolen solmsi for co1 and Cob protein sequences.

Table S2. Partial opsin gene sequences from four individuals of Ceratosolen solmsi, two of which were infected by Wolbachia and two were uninfected.

Table S3. ITS2 sequences from Ceratosolen solmsi.

Table S1. The amino acids sites that varied among the cow and Wolbachia-infected and -uninfected Ceratosolen solmsi for co1 and Cob protein sequences.

Table S2. Partial opsin gene sequences from four individuals of Ceratosolen solmsi, two of which were infected by Wolbachia and two were uninfected.

Table S3. ITS2 sequences from Ceratosolen solmsi.

Table S1. The amino acids sites that varied among the cow and Wolbachia-infected and -uninfected Ceratosolen solmsi for co1 and Cob protein sequences.

Table S2. Partial opsin gene sequences from four individuals of Ceratosolen solmsi, two of which were infected by Wolbachia and two were uninfected.

Table S3. ITS2 sequences from Ceratosolen solmsi.

Table S1. The amino acids sites that varied among the cow and Wolbachia-infected and -uninfected Ceratosolen solmsi for co1 and Cob protein sequences.

Table S2. Partial opsin gene sequences from four individuals of Ceratosolen solmsi, two of which were infected by Wolbachia and two were uninfected.

Table S3. ITS2 sequences from Ceratosolen solmsi.

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