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Figure S1. The effect H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the willingness of VS07 backcross larvae to feed on Physalis (expressed as the percent of larvae that fed).

Figure S2A. The effect of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the percent change in larval weight for backcross larvae from VS07.

Figure S2B. The effect of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the percent change in larval weight for backcross larvae from VS01.

Figure S3A. The effect of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the number of holes bored in the calyx of Physalis by backcross larvae from VS07.

Figure S3B. The effect of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the number of holes bored in the calyx of Physalis by backcross larvae from VS01.

Figure S4A. The effect of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the assimilation efficiency of backcross larvae from VS07.

Figure S4B. The effect of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes on the assimilation efficiency of backcross larvae from VS01.

Table S1. Gene-based markers.

Table S2. AFLP primer pairs used for linkage mapping and the number of informative markers generated by each pair across years and families.

Table S3. Chromosomes identified in all seven VS backcross families.

Table S4. Phenotypic means for the seven backcross families used in this study.

Table S5. Chromosomes affecting willingness to feed on Physalis in VS07 backcross insects.

Table S6A. Chromosomes affecting the percent change in larval weight after 48 h of feeding on Physalis by VS07 backcross insects.

Table S6B. Chromosomes affecting the percent change in larval weight after 48 h of feeding on Physalis by VS01 backcross insects.

Table S7A. Chromosomes affecting the number of holes bored in the calyx of Physalis by VS07 backcross insects.

Table S7B. Chromosomes affecting the number of holes bored in the calyx of Physalis by VS01 backcross insects.

Table S8B. Chromosomes affecting assimilation efficiency of VS01 backcross insects on Physalis.

Table S9. Kendall correlation coefficients between two measures of QTL effect size: (1) PVE, percent of variation explained in the backcross population; (2) Interspecific, percent of the phenotypic gap between Hs and Hv explained.

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