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Appendix S1 Methods.

Table S1 Relative percentages of chemical compounds comprising the fruit volatile blends of the four southern hawthorn species (WMH = western mayhaw, GH = green hawthorn, BB = blueberry hawthorn, SR = southern red hawthorn) and the two northern R. pomonella hosts, apple (AP) and downy hawthorn (DH).

Table S2 Information for mitochondrial sequence data used in Fig. 3.

Table S3 List of 26 microsatellite markers used in this study.

Table S4 Alleles included in one of two groups generated by Monte Carlo allele pooling method for each of 26 microsatellite loci across five chromosomes (Chr.).

Table S5 Microsatellite allele frequencies for the 26 loci analysed in study for 16 field sites, including six green hawthorn, four western mayhaw, three blueberry hawthorn and three southern red hawthorn populations (uploaded to DRYAD).

Table S6 Mean demic inbreeding coefficient (f) and standard deviation (σ) across all 26 loci for each of the 16 populations and sampling regime (S.R.) determined by host plant patch size as described above.

Table S7 Results of GLM analyses of allele frequency for loci on chromosome 1.

Table S8 Results of GLM analyses of allele frequency for loci on chromosome 2.

Table S9 Results of GLM analyses of allele frequency for loci on chromosome 3.

Table S10 Results of GLM analyses of allele frequency for loci on chromosome 4.

Table S11 Results of GLM analyses of allele frequency for loci on chromosome 5.

Table S12 Mean estimated Ln likelihood and standard deviation across five replicates of STRUCTURE analysis of paired local populations for K = 1 and K = 2, using a burn-in of 500 000 followed by 750 000 MCMC repetitions under a correlated allele frequency with admixture model.

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