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Appendices

Appendix A: A figure showing distribution of Phyla canescens in South America (modified from Kennedy, 1992).
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Appendix B: A figure showing a phylogenetic analysis of Phyla samples collected by the project team and collaborators from Australia, France, and South America.
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Appendix C: Supporting information of methods.
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Appendix D: A table showing power analysis of microsatellite data with POWSIM (Ryman, 2011, Userís manual of POWSIM, a computer program for assessing statistical power when testing for genetic homogeneity, Version 4.1).
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Appendix E: A figure showing assignment of the invasive individuals or clusters to the uppermost level South American clusters with (a) STRUCTURE and (b) neighbor-joining tree construction (b).
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