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Table S1 SNPs genotyped in this analysis.

Table S2 Top model set (top 2AICC) of models for the effect of inbreeding (F) and composite heterozygosity at seven TLR loci (H) on juvenile robin survival.

Table S3 Observed (and expected) number of robins that survived to 1 year or not, based on TLR4 genotype (birds from 2001 excluded, for consistency with the main survival analysis).

Table S4 Model-averaged standardised predictors of first year overwinter survival.

Table S5 Effect of TLR4 genotypes on first year survival probability of Ulva Island robins, data restricted to the period 2006 onwards.

Table S6 Characteristics of the variable amino acids of each TLR4 haplotype.

Fig. S1 Forest plot of standardised coefficients for effects of TLR heterozygosity on over-winter survival of Ulva robins; positive values indicate that heterozygotes are more likely to survive than homozygotes; also shown is the multilocus effect of H for comparison.

Fig. S2 Allele frequencies for the seven genotyped loci in birds that survived (“Alive”, = 507) or not (“Died”, = 139) their first winter (for consistency with the main analysis, these data exclude years where all offspring survived, and birds with fewer than 3 loci genotyped).

Fig. S3 Change in observed frequencies of each of TLR4 allele in the adult population over time.

Fig. S4 Frequencies of each TLR4 genotype over time among the non-founder adult population.

Fig. S5 Number of surviving juveniles produced by each pair in each breeding season, including all known Ulva robin breeding pairs (i.e. including ungenotyped animals); = 475 pair-years.

Fig. S6 Correlation between relatedness of genotyped animals. to blue-metal and to his first partner white-metal (= 624 individuals with non-zero relatedness to either); points shown may represent overlay of multiple individuals with equal relatedness.

Data S1 Methods.

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