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Fig. S1 Plot of the nine environmental groups in Abies alba and Larix decidua.

Fig. S2 LD plots based on 231 and 233 SNP markers in Abies alba and Larix decidua, respectively.

Fig. S3 Detection of outlier loci in Abies alba and in Larix decidua using the Bayesian approach.

nph12476-sup-0003-TableS1-S6.docWord document807K

Table S1 List of the sampling sites for Abies alba and Larix decidua assigned to the geographical groups (Geo-Group, G1:G4) and to environmental groups (Env-Group)

Table S2 All variable contributions (AFDM analyses) to the individual distribution in Abies alba and Larix decidua; variables that mainly contributed to the first two axes in A. alba and L. decidua

Table S3 Expected (He) and observed (Ho) heterozygosities calculated in each sampling site (population) for Abies alba and Larix decidua

Table S4 Outlier loci found in Abies alba and Larix decidua with the island model and the hierarchical island model with two regions or three/four geographical groups and with nine environmental groups

Table S5 Functional annotation of all outlier loci detected with the island model (M1) and the hierarchical island model with two regions (M2) or three/four geographical groups (M3), with nine environmental groups (M4) and the Bayesian approach (M5), in Abies alba and Larix decidua

Table S6 Multiple regressions of distance matrices (MRMs), estimating the association of genetic distance (F) considering all populations and only populations within geographical groups with elevation (E), annual mean temperature (T), annual cumulative precipitation (P) and soil type (S)

nph12476-sup-0002-NoteS1.txtplain text document48KNotes S1 All studied genes in Abies alba (ABAL) and Larix decidua (LADE) with their putative function.