mec12689-sup-0005-TableS1.docxWord document321KTable S1 Locality data for all individuals included in this study.
mec12689-sup-0006-TableS2.docxWord document61KTable S2 Summary table showing population assignment to CSA and sample sizes per population.
mec12689-sup-0007-TableS3.docxWord document102KTable S3 Calculation of the relative niche breadth index (RNB) for E. bombiformis, E. meriana and E. cingulata.
mec12689-sup-0001-FigS1.pdfapplication/PDF11849KFig. S1 Habitat suitability binary models and sampling localities used for niche modeling analysis for E. bombiformis (A and D), E. meriana (B and E) and E. cingulata (C and F) based on current (A–C) and Last Glacial Maxima (D–F) environmental data. Red arrows indicate areas of under-prediction.
mec12689-sup-0002-FigS2.pdfapplication/PDF482KFig. S2 Demonstration on how to calculate the relative niche breadth (RNB) index for n species (i) based on the response curves to m environmental variables (j).
mec12689-sup-0003-FigS3.pdfapplication/PDF50KFig. S3 Spatial principal coordinate analysis (sPCA) of the first global score for the mitochondrial (A,C,E) and nuclear (B,D,F) data for E. bombiformis (A,B), E. meriana (C,D), and E. cingulata (E,F). Colored points denote individuals mapped onto the geographic space. Similar colors indicate similar genetic composition.
mec12689-sup-0004-FigS4.pdfapplication/PDF87KFig. S4 Posterior probability densities for mitochondrial and nuclear mutation-scaled migration rates between populations from the east and west clades of Eulaema bombiformis. Parameters denote migration rate estimated as number of migrants per population. Populations CR, CA, Am, AF correspond to clades ‘CR2', CA, NA2 + NA3, ‘AF’ on Fig. 2A.

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