Fig. S1 (A) Estimated L probabilities of data for different K. (B) Values of ▵ K according to Evanno et al. (2005). Higher the values are, the better model of the certain K is.


Fig. S2. Distribution of sampled localities for microsatellite data (for details on localities see Table S1). Pie charts represent the proportion of each population assigned to particular cluster according to Structure analysis (K=7).

mec12382-sup-0003-TableS1.docWord document237KTable S1 Details on geographical origin of sampled European ground squirrel specimens; with locality codes (numbers) corresponding with numbers used in Fig. 1, name of locality, GPS coordinates; for mtDNA data: exact sample number, N number of individuals per population, recorded haplotype, belonging to certain clade, GenBank accession number and origin of the sequence (citation); for microsatellite data: N sampled number per population, AR allelic richness, He heterozygosity in population, FIS index of inbreeding used here as a alternative detection of deviation from HWE (significant values are marked by * where < 0.05).
mec12382-sup-0004-TableS2.docWord document35KTable S2 Diversity estimates for main clades recovered in phylogenetic analyses of mtDNA in the EGS. Diversity values were calculated in DnaSP software and are described as number of sequences (N), number of variable sites (Ns), number of haplotypes (Nh), haplotype diversity (Hd), nucleotide diversity (Pi) and average number of nucleotide differences (k). The results of following neutrality tests are also presented: Fu & Li's F*, Fu & Li's D*, Fu's Fs, Tajima's D and expansion coefficient (exp). Values for clades IV and V are not shown, since each is represented by only one sequence. *significant values at P<0.05, ** significant values at P <0.02.
mec12382-sup-0005-TableS3.docWord document120KTable S3 Estimation of the presence of null alleles in each population and for each microsatellite locus using FreeNA software (Chapuis and Estoup 2007). Only values higher than 0.15 are marked in grey, which are considered to represent a high probability of the presence of a null allele.
mec12382-sup-0006-TableS4.docWord document427KTable S4 Genetic differentiation among populations using FST values. Values of FSTENA are above diagonal and values of F'ST (standardised values according to Hedrick 2005) are below diagonal. Numbers are used for population identification corresponding with the numbers in Table S1. Note: NS- not significant values are indicated in grey, other values (not marked) are significant (P<0.0.5).
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