mec12010-sup-0001-FigS1-S5-TableS1.docxWord document2753KFig. S1 Geographic location of the samples used in this study. Fig. S2 Combined results for Bayesian clustering of temporal Finnish wolf samples showing mean likelihoods L(K) and standard deviations for = 1–10 over 10 independent runs (500 000 iterations with 50 000 burn-in). Fig. S3 Individual assignment for most supported K in each temporal Finnish wolf sample. Fig. S4 Geographic location of cluster members in each temporal sample. Fig. S5 (a) Kinship coefficient vs. logarithmic distance between individual pairs in each temporal group. (b) Kinship coefficient vs. logarithmic distance between individuals in each temporal sample. Table S1 Expected (He) and observed (Ho) heterozygosities, number of alleles (A), allelic richness (AR) and inbreeding coefficients (FIS) in the studied five Finnish temporal samples and in the Russian Karelia.
mec12010-sup-0002-TableS2.xlsxWord document84KTable S2 Finnish and Russian Karelian wolf genotypes used in the study ‘Rise and fall of a wolf population: genetic diversity and structure during recovery, rapid expansion, and drastic decline’.

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