Table 6

Matrices of genetic and geographic distances among Z. borbonicus localities.

DD

VB

MO

BE

VO

BV

SL

LM

CA

BR

BO


DD

3.4

16.4

20.2

42.9

53.9

19.3

10.9

226.0

219.2

221.1

VB

0.148

14.1

16.8

39.6

50.9

19.5

9.6

223.5

216.7

218.5

MO

0.093

0.220

14.9

36.7

50.0

32.5

21.5

209.6

202.8

204.7

BE

0.191

0.272

0.174

23.4

35.8

26.5

16.6

212.1

205.6

206.6

VO

0.137

0.196

0.112

0.106

13.9

41.7

36.0

204.7

198.8

198.2

BV

0.063

0.181

0.168

0.176

0.117

48.5

45.5

209.3

203.8

202.2

SL

0.038

0.169

0.146

0.219

0.120

0.057

11.1

238.6

232.1

233.1

LM

0.096

0.125

0.175

0.186

0.138

0.139

0.168

228.2

221.6

222.8

CA

0.375

0.472

0.409

0.420

0.397

0.369

0.360

0.388

8.3

10.7

BR

0.262

0.421

0.336

0.322

0.304

0.274

0.263

0.295

0

14.2

BO

0.414

0.500

0.413

0.410

0.396

0.402

0.388

0.402

0.035

0


Pairwise values of ΦPT among localities (below diagonal), and geographic distances among sites in km (above diagonal). All ΦPT values above zero are significant at the 0.01 level, except for DD vs. SL, which had a P value of 0.07. Mauritian localities are CA, BR and BO.

Milá et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010 10:158   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-158

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