Table 1

Sampling of Arabidopsis arenosa and A. lyrata included in this study.

Taxon

Ploidal level

Population1

Locality2

# FC3


arenosa

2x

a2_SVK1

SVK: Vysoké Tatry; Prešovský kraj; Belianske Tatry; Zadné Med'odoly Valley; Kopské Sedlo (131)

5

a2_SVK2

SVK: Nízke Tatry Mts.; Pusté Pole (915140)

30

a2_SVK3

SVK: Vel'ká Fatra Mts.; Harmanec; Malý Šturec Sedlo (915141)

33

4x

a4_GER

GER: Southern Germany; Swabian Alps; Wental; Felsenmeer (123)

-

4

a4_AUT1

AUT: Lower Austria; Eastern Alps; SSW St. Aegyd am Neuwalde; Kernhof; rocky batter next to street opposite depot (81-915142)

26

a4_AUT2

AUT: Lower Austria; Waldviertel; Wachau; NNE Weißenkirchen; Achleiten (3)

12

a4_AUT3

AUT: Lower Austria; Kamp Valley; S Stiefern; parking site with view on railway bridge (89)

-

a4_AUT4

AUT: Lower Austria; Waldviertel; Wachau; forest road from Scheibenbach towards Pfaffental (20)

4

lyrata

2x

l2_GER

GER: Bavaria; Veldenstein Forest; street from Velden to Pfaffenhofen (112)

17

5

l2_CZE

CZE: SW Brno; NW Ivanice; between Nova Ves and Oslavany; slope above Oslava River (96)

9

l2_AUT1

AUT: Lower Austria; street from Pernitz to Pottenstein (88-915143)

43

l2_AUT2

AUT: Lower Austria; S Vienna; Bad Vöslau; rocks near Vöslauer Hütte (74-915145)

28

4x

l4_AUT1

AUT: Lower Austria; Waldviertel; Wachau; E Dürnstein; small hill N Franzosendenkmal (13)

24

l4_AUT2

AUT: Lower Austria; S Vienna; Mödling; Castle ruin Mödling (66-915144)

21

l4_AUT3

AUT: Lower Austria; Dunkelstein Forest; Wachau; N Bacharnsdorf (50)

21

l4_AUT4

AUT: Lower Austria; Schrambach between Freiland and Lilienfeld (116)

1


1Two individuals from each population were sequenced.

2Country names are abbreviated as follows: AUT - Austria, CZE - Czech Republic, GER - Germany, and SVK - Slovakia. Brackets following localities give original collection number given in Schmickl and Koch [45].

3# FC gives the number of individuals analysed with flow cytometry. The populations a4_GER and a4_AUT3 were not included in the flow cytometry analysis, but multi-allelic microsatellite loci suggest they are tetraploid (Schmickl and Koch, unpublished).

4a4_AUT1 contained a single diploid individual, the others were tetraploid.

5l2_CZE contained a single triploid individual, the others were diploid.

Jørgensen et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:346   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-346

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