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Appendix S1. Simulating patches of low parasite occurrence falling at random on the field area.

Figure S1. Distribution of individual parasite diversity and load (blue histograms) across individuals, compared to expectations for the ML parameterization (red line) of the Poisson (A) and negative binomial (B-F) distributions assuming no difference between sexes and subspecies.

Figure S2. A least-squares fit of a two-level model for parasite diversity over radial distance from the centroid of the hybrids in the dataset.

Figure S3. An instance of a simulated patchy field area.

Figure S4. Contrasting likelihood analyze outcomes for patch-centered (left column) and patch-uncorrelated (right column) simulations. Table S1. Dataset per mouse individual.

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