All seven MSPs previously representing Perth and Kinross in the Mid Scotland and Fife region have been re-elected on the list.
Four Conservatives have been returned, including Murdo Fraser and Liz Smith, who have previously based themselves in Perth and lost out in the two Perth and Kinross constituencies this time around.
The Tories will also be represented by Dean Lockhart and Alexander Stewart.
Claire Baker and Alex Rowley will represent Labour while the Green's Mark Ruskell has retained his seat.
They will join Perthshire North MSP John Swinney (SNP) and Jim Fairlie, who held on to the Perthshire South and Kinross-shire constituency for the SNP.
Across the region, the SNP won 136,825 votes on the list, but having won almost all the constituencies did not have anyone elected via that method.
The Conservatives were second with 85,909 while Labour won 52,626.
The Greens were backed by 28,654 voters, ahead of the Lib Dems on 25,489.
Alex Salmond's Alba Party was backed by 5893 voters.
The SNP look set to miss out on an overall majority at Holyrood but have still recorded a record-breaking victory.