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Fig. S1 Population growth rates of wild Cucurbita pepo estimated from the literature.

Fig. S2 Contributions of life-history traits to λ for each virus treatment, each wild Cucurbita pepo population, and each population × virus treatment combination.

Fig. S3 Stable stage distribution indicates the proportion of wild Cucurbita pepo population in each stage with each virus treatment.

Fig. S4 Sensitivity values for each matrix element by each wild Cucurbita pepo population and virus treatment.

Fig. S5 Sensitivity values for each life-history trait by wild Cucurbita pepo population and virus treatment.

Fig. S6 Elasticity values of demographic transitions for each wild Cucurbita pepo population and virus treatment combination.

Fig. S7 Elasticity values for each life-history trait for each wild Cucurbita pepo population and virus treatment.

Table S1 Demographic matrix for each wild Cucurbita pepo population and virus treatment used to estimate population growth rate

Table S2 Results of randomization tests comparing population growth rates between virus treatments within each population, and populations within each virus treatment

Notes S1 Population growth rates of wild Cucurbita pepo estimated from the literature.

Notes S2 2007 Common garden experiment – perturbation analysis.