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fem1335-sup-0001-figs1.docxWord document14KFig. S1. Phylogram of bacterial 16S rDNA sequences detected in the adult fly of S. innoxium.
fem1335-sup-0002-figs2.docxWord document14KFig. S2. Clustering of bacterial 16S rDNA sequences retrieved from S. slossonae.
fem1335-sup-0003-figs3.docxWord document14KFig. S3. Clustering of bacterial 16S rDNA sequences retrieved from S. krebsorum.
fem1335-sup-0004-figs4.docxWord document14KFig. S4. Clustering of bacterial 16S rDNA sequences retrieved from S. dixiense.
fem1335-sup-0005-figs5.docxWord document14KFig. S5. Phylogram of bacterial sequences detected with the inner pair of PCR primers from larvae of S. innoxium.
fem1335-sup-0006-figs6.docxWord document14KFig. S6. Phylogram of bacterial sequences detected with the outer pair of PCR primers from larvae of S. innoxium.
fem1335-sup-0007-figs7.docxWord document14KFig. S7. Localization of bacterial species in black flies.
fem1335-sup-0008-tables1.docxWord document13KTable S1. The probability of detecting the number of bacterial phylotypes shown in Figs 1 and 3, with the normal approximation.
fem1335-sup-0009-tables2.docxWord document14KTable S2. Beta-diversity values between male and female black flies of four species calculated using the tree-based estimator weighted UniFrac index (all significance < 0.01).
fem1335-sup-0010-DataS1.docxWord document6752KData S1. The probability of detecting a bacterial phylotype in a PCR sample.

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