mec12416-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF601KFig. S1 DNA sequence alignments comparing various Symbiodinium clades and types with the 18S and ITS2 forward (panels A, C) and reverse (panels B, D) primers.
mec12416-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF571KFig. S2 Distribution of pairwise comparisons between all unique Symbiodinium MLGs (no. of different alleles) for G. ventalina (A) and Aiptasia (B).
mec12416-sup-0002-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF601KFig. S3 Plots of Evanno delta K values under different arrangements of the microsatellite data set.

Table S1 Host and geographical origin from 12 in hospite Symbiodinium populations associated with Aiptasia, 3 in hospite Symbiodinium populations from other hosts, and 14 clonal Symbiodinium cultures used in the microsatellite flanking region analysis.

Table S2 Culture name, host, and geographical origin, and MLG from 16 Clade B Symbiodinium cultures.

Table S3 Primer names, nucleotide sequences, and approx. amplicon length for four Aiptasia-specific ISSR-derived SCAR markers.

Table S4 Sequences and PCR annealing temperatures and MgCl2 concentrations for Symbiodinium primers used in this study.

Table S5 Frequency of S. minutum multilocus microsatellite genotypes from Aiptasia collected at localities throughout the world.

Table S6 Analysis of molecular variance (amova) for population genetic variation in S. minutum populations of Aiptasia as determined by sum of squared size difference (RST) analysis of six microsatellite loci.

Data S1 Methods.

Data S2 Methods and results.

Data S3 Results.

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