Additional file 1: of Coexistence of two sympatric cryptic bat species in French Guiana: insights from genetic, acoustic and ecological data

Table S1. Table. List of external COI sequences used in this study. The sequence in bold corresponds to type-locality of P. rubiginosus, caught in MatoGrosso, Brazil compared to P. sp4 in De Thoisy et al. (2014). Table S2. Characteristics of microsatellite markers. Figure S3. Graphical representation of assignation probabilities for Pteronotus A and Pteronotus B sampled. Each individual (x axis) is represented by a vertical bar divided in two parts according to its assignation probability (y axis) in each of the two clusters. Figure S4. Graphical representation of the difference between the Conservative and the Relaxed approach for the detection of hybrids. Table S5. Pairwise Fst values between caves for each species and both sexes. Table S6. Life cycle of Pteronotus A and B. PRE = Pregnant, LAC = Lactating females, PLAC = Post-lactating females, NS = No status (non pregnant, non-lactating, non post-lactating females, and non breeding males). n(A): number of Pteronotus A (number of adult females in parentheses); n(B): number of Pteronotus B (number of adult females in parentheses); n: total number of Pteronotus. (DOCX 319 kb)