Figure S1. Distribution of missing data after quality control.

Figure S2. Estimates of linkage disequilibrium by chromosomal recombination rate domains.

Figure S3. Estimation of effective population sizes.

Figure S4. Evolution of effective recombination.

Figure S5. Evolution of effective haplotype numbers.

Figure S6. Genetic differentiation among mating systems and replicate populations.

Figure S7. Effective population sizes during evolution.

Figure S8. Evolution of the variance in individual heterozygosity.

Figure S9. Expected population structure with selection at overdominant loci under androdioecy.

Table S1. SNP information and genotype sample sizes.

Table S2. Population sample correlations of missing data with individual heterozygosity.

Table S3. Evolution of linkage disequilibrium and expected self-fertilization rates.

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