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Supplementary Materials

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  • Supplementary Material and Methods
  • Study groups and floodplain environments
  • Sequence capture of UCEs and bioinformatics
  • Synchronicity of size changes among populations
  • Summary of results
  • Full versus composite likelihood
  • Table S1. Summary of bioinformatics results.
  • Table S2. Topologies tested for M. lugubris, T. nigrocinereus/T. cryptoleucus, and M. assimilis in FSC.
  • Table S3. Demographic parameters estimated for M. lugubris obtained with G-PhoCS.
  • Table S4. Demographic parameters estimated for T. nigrocinereus/T. cryptoleucus obtained with G-PhoCS.
  • Table S5. Demographic parameters estimated for M. assimilis obtained with G-PhoCS.
  • Table S6. Parameter values of simulated models in FSC with the best composite likelihood for M. lugubris.
  • Table S7. Parameter values of simulated models in FSC with the best composite likelihood for T. nigrocinereus/T. cryptoleucus.
  • Table S8. Parameter values of simulated models in FSC with the best composite likelihood for M. assimilis.
  • Table S9. Model selection and parameter estimation of Multi-DICE single-population models for M. assimilis, M. lugubris, and T. nigrocinereus/T. cryptoleucus.
  • Table S10. Posterior estimates obtained with the hABC procedure implemented in Multi-DICE using aSFS.
  • Table S11. Results of the “leave one out” cross-validations obtained with the hABC procedure implemented in Multi-DICE using the aSFS.
  • Table S12. Individuals sampled of M. lugubris, M. assimilis, and T. nigrocinereus/T. cryptoleucus.
  • Fig. S1. Estimated effective diversity surface obtained in EEMS for M. lugubris, T. nigrocinereus/T. cryptoleucus, and M. assimilis.
  • Fig. S2. Principal components analyses of the simulated single-population models with Multi-DICE.
  • Fig. S3. Principal components analyses on the retained simulated SFS of each population.
  • Fig. S4. Principal components analysis of simulated and observed aSFSs performed in Multi-DICE.
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