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Interestingly, locations in the Sacramento River contained low levels of ancestral hybridization and gene flow from C. The remaining population structure was strongly correlated with Sierra Nevada presence high or absence low. S2 Plot of log likelihood values vs. Table S1 Haplotypes for three nDNA markers, showing the number of individuals from each location with that haplotype. Table S4 Analysis of molecular variance amova for two different potential groupings of locations based on structure K outputs.

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