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Fig. S1 Description of the different steps for selecting the individuals used for extensive genotyping in each of the nine populations sampled.

Fig. S2 Pairwise FST estimates for populations and host races of the pea aphid and computed across 390 microsatellite markers.

Fig. S3 Effects of the number of microsatellite repeats (panel A) and of the genomic environment of the microsatellite loci (panels B and C) on residuals of allelic richness from linear-mixed effects models.

Fig. S4 Clustering of pea aphids by structure analyses for = 3 clusters.

Table S1 Origin of populations used (M. sativa: alfalfa, T. pratense: red clover, P. sativum: pea). S = Switzerland, M = Mirecourt, R = Ranspach.

Table S2 Microsatellite loci used.

Table S3 Identification of outlier loci with the hierarchical method implemented in Arlequin 3.5 (Excoffier & Lischer 2010).

Table S4 Putative functions of the predicted genes located in a 60-kb windows centered on the outlier microsatellite loci (detected with Arlequin 3.5) on the V2 genome assembly (IAGC 2010; Legeai et al. 2010).

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