Table 5

Emigration (E), immigration (I) and net emigration (net E) rates among A. uncatus populations sampled over multiple years.

2003

2004/5

2008

Popn

E

I

net E

E

I

net E

E

I

net E


MLP

0.037

0.320

-0.284

0.030

0.301

-0.272

0.259

0.022

0.237

MUT

0.039

0.314

-0.276

0.044

0.320

-0.276

0.026

0.321

-0.295

VRLP

0.659

0.015

0.644

0.794

0.014

0.780

0.366

0.020

0.346

VRST

0.109

0.021

0.087

0.041

0.320

-0.280

0.028

0.321

-0.293

LLP

0.163

0.208

-0.044

0.330

0.012

0.318

0.333

0.015

0.318

LLT

0.035

0.318

-0.283

0.040

0.320

-0.280

0.027

0.321

-0.294

FLP

0.473

0.037

0.435

0.307

0.038

0.269

0.299

0.027

0.272

FUT

0.037

0.317

-0.281

0.045

0.305

-0.260

0.029

0.320

-0.292


Population codes (Popn) as in Table 1. Total emigration (E) and total immigration (I) represent the sums of all pairwise gene flow estimates for each population (see Additional file 2 for directional gene flow estimates for each population pair). Net emigration rates represent the sum of all emigration rates minus the sum of all immigration rates for each population.

Shama et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:278   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-278

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