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Data S1 Supplementary analyses

Table S1 Multiplex groups for microsatellite genotyping.

Table S2 Descriptive statistics for the 9 microsatellite loci at 25 collection sites of Type α (a) and at 10 collection sites of Type β (b) individuals. N = number of samples, A = number of alleles, Ho = observed heterozygosity, He = expected heterozygosity, Gis = inbreeding coefficient, significant values in bold.

Table S3 Genetic diversity estimates of Type α (a) and Type β (b) populations.

Table S4 Values of pairwise genetic differentiation of Type α populations.

Table S5 Values of pairwise genetic differentiation of Type β populations.

Fig. S1 Photographs of ‘typical’ P. damicornis Type α (a), β (b) and ‘other Pocillopora’ (c). Morphology of the lineages often overlaps.

Fig. S2 Principal coordinate analysis of pairwise Dest values (a), Fst values without correction (b), Fst values with ENA correction (c), and Fst values with Meirmans’ correction (d) for Type α populations.

Fig. S3 Principal coordinate analysis of pairwise Dest values (a), Fst values without correction (b), Fst values with ENA correction (c), and Fst values with Meirmans’ correction (d) for Type β populations.

Fig. S4 Proportional cluster membership of Type α individuals at K = 2, 3, 4 and 9 (a) and Type β individuals at K = 2, 3, 4 and 10 (b) as calculated by InStruct.

Fig. S5 Principal coordinate analysis of Dest values of Type α (block dots) Type β (blue diamonds) populations.

Fig. S6 Greyscale matrix of Dest values of the pooled database of Types α and β collections.

Fig. S7 Assignment probabilities of 84 Type α (a) and 52 Type β (b) putative first-generation migrants (in rows, indicated by the collection sites’ code, see Table 1) to potential source populations (in columns). The red scale indicates assignment probabilities, and the highest assignment probability for each individual is indicated by a black dot.

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