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Supplementary Methods Genetic fingerprinting

Supplementary Methods Inbreeding in Metrosideros, Howea and Coprosma.

Figure S1 Maps of sampling locations – Metrosideros.

Figure S2 Maps of sampling locations – Howea.

Figure S3 Maps of sampling locations – Coprosma.

Figure S4 Maps of sampling locations – Soil pH and soil water.

Figure S5 Neighbour-joining, PCO and STRUCTURE analysis – Metrosideros.

Figure S6 Neighbour-joining, PCO and STRUCTURE analysis – Howea.

Figure S7 Principal components analysis results – Metrosideros.

Figure S8 Principal components analysis results – Howea.

Figure S9 Principal components analysis results – Coprosma.

Figure S10 Species distribution models for Coprosma.

Figure S11 Environment-locus association profiles for each species.

Figure S12 Morphological differences between C. putida-N and C. putida-S.

Table S1 Genetic diversity estimates, isolation by distance, altitude and pH.

Table S2 Details of the three AFLP data sets generated in this study.

Table S3 Genetic diversity estimates and regression slopes for isolation by distance, altitude in Metrosideros calculated under HWE and FIS = 0.238.

Table S4 Summary of principal components analysis and species distribution modelling results.

Table S5 STRUCTURE results – Pr(X│K) and ΔK for different values of K.

Table S6 Results of partial Mantel tests.

Table S7 Outlier analysis results – Metrosideros.

Table S8 Outlier analysis results – Howea.

Table S9 Outlier analysis results – Coprosma (complete data set).

Table S10 Outlier analysis results – Coprosma (reduced data set).

Table S11 Outlier loci with environmental associations.

jeb12071-sup-0002-TableS12.xlsxapplication/msexcel566KTable S12 Environment-locus model details.

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