Table 1

Population genetic statistics for T. speciosissima

No.

Population

Latitude

Longitude

Alt (m)

N

A

R10

He

Ho

FIS

Q Upland

Q South

Q Coast


1

Kulnura

33 13 S

151 12 E

340

21

7.4

5.6

0.670

0.660

0.016

0.06

0.03

0.91

2

Newnes Forest

33 24 S

150 13 E

1140

20

4.0

3.6

0.577

0.593

-0.029

0.98

0.01

0.01

3

Mountain Lagoon

33 27 S

150 39 E

590

20

6.6

5.5

0.721

0.693

0.040

0.65

0.03

0.32

4

Bells Line of Road

33 30 S

150 16 E

1090

20

5.1

4.4

0.676

0.693

-0.025

0.97

0.01

0.02

5

Kurrajong Heights

33 31 S

150 37 E

580

10

4.4

4.4

0.616

0.586

0.051

0.53

0.04

0.43

6

Patonga

33 32 S

151 17 E

180

19

6.1

5.1

0.682

0.669

0.020

0.05

0.03

0.92

7

West Head

33 37 S

151 17 E

130

15

5.7

5.1

0.677

0.762

-0.130*

0.05

0.02

0.93

8

Duffys Forest

33 39 S

151 11 E

190

22

7.9

6.0

0.701

0.649

0.076

0.14

0.06

0.80

9

Watagan

33 04 S

151 20 E

460

21

6.6

5.7

0.726

0.677

0.070

0.07

0.20

0.73

10

Kings Tableland

33 46 S

150 23 E

810

21

6.9

5.9

0.728

0.748

-0.029

0.93

0.02

0.06

11

Mt. Alexandra

34 27 S

150 27 E

750

20

5.6

4.8

0.677

0.686

-0.013

0.66

0.04

0.30

12

Carrington Falls

34 38 S

150 39 E

560

19

6.7

5.7

0.711

0.692

0.028

0.2

0.08

0.72

13

Waterfall Flat (Royal NP)

34 09 S

151 00 E

150

15

6.0

5.4

0.683

0.610

0.111*

0.11

0.04

0.86

14

Bottle Forest (Royal NP)

34 05 S

151 00 E

200

11

6.0

5.8

0.717

0.701

0.024

0.02

0.18

0.80

15

Curra Moors (Royal NP)

34 09 S

151 05 E

80

10

5.0

5.0

0.620

0.586

0.058

0.13

0.02

0.85

16

Ulladulla

35 22 S

150 28 E

40

21

5.3

4.4

0.601

0.612

-0.018

0.01

0.97

0.02

17

Turpentine Range

35 04 S

150 25 E

350

21

6.4

5.3

0.697

0.599

0.144**

0.01

0.87

0.12

18

Jervis Bay

35 08 S

150 41 E

50

20

5.3

4.6

0.670

0.650

0.030

0.01

0.98

0.01


Mean

-

-

-

18.1

5.9

5.1

0.675

0.659

0.024

-

-

-


*P < 0.05; **P < 0.01 (no FIS values were significant after Bonferroni corrections).

Population name, location and population-specific (as well as average) population genetic statistics for T. speciosissima. Number of individuals (N), allelic number (A) and richness (R10), expected (He) and observed (Ho) heterozygosities, inbreeding coefficient (Fis), and average assignment values (Q) to the three groups (upland, southern, coastal) identified by STRUCTURE at K = 3 (in bold the three populations with highest values) are listed.

Rossetto et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:126   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-126

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