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Table S1 Petunia axillaris populations sampled for cpDNA, CAPS markers and morphology.

Table S2 Individual CAPS genotypes and their alleles per locus.

Table S3 CAPS markers chromosome location, primers sequences, annealing temperatures and restriction enzymes used per marker.

Table S4 Morphological measurements (mm) of all sampled individuals.

Table S5 Priors distributions for the demographic parameters in ABC analysis.

mec12632-sup-0002-FigS1.epsimage/eps36768KFig. S1 (A) Extent of the Pampas region showing some geographical regions discussed in the text; (B) distribution of the haplotypes for the cpDNA markers.
mec12632-sup-0003-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF245KFig. S2 Photographs of the natural populations of Petunia axillaris analysed in this study: (A–D) Petunia axillaris axillaris; (E–H) Petunia axillaris parodii; and (I–L) Petunia axillaris subandina.
mec12632-sup-0004-FigS3.epsimage/eps11685KFig. S3 Principal Components analysis of the characters of 790 individuals from 79 populations of Petunia axillaris. The ellipses represent the regional groups. The regional group showing the high morphological variability found for the Guaritas group.
mec12632-sup-0005-FigS4.epsimage/eps3294KFig. S4 Genomic constitution inferred by the program structure based on six nuclear CAPS markers.
mec12632-sup-0006-DataS1.fastext/fas641KData S1 Data accessibility: alignment.
mec12632-sup-0007-DataS2.rtftext/rtf1KData S2 Data accessibility.
mec12632-sup-0008-DataS3.xlsapplication/msexcel58KData S3 Data accessibility: climatic variables.

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