Table 1

Description of mtDNA polymorphism among populations of H. e. chestertonii

Species/Population/Clade

(S)

(h)

(π)

(k)

(θw)


H. e. venus

11

6

0.0036

4.13

0.00339

H. e. chestertonii

59

29

0.0121

13.9

0.01028


Marsella (MR)

30

5

0.0136

15.6

0.01145

Trujillo (TR)

31

6

0.00959

11

0.00994

Yotoco (YO)

29

4

0.0127

14.6

0.01378

Buenos Aires (BA)

31

5

0.01516

17.4

0.01296

Carbonero (CR)

33

6

0.01417

16.26

0.01259

Caimital (CA)

26

4

0.0119

13.6

0.00992

Atuncela (AT)

27

5

0.01196

13.73

0.0103

Miravalle (MV)

33

6

0.01045

12

0.01259

Montañitas (MO)

4

4

0.00151

1.73

0.00153

La Cumbre (CU)

33

6

0.01341

15.4

0.01259

Saladito (SA)

24

4

0.01238

14.2

0.01004

Pance (PA)

24

3

0.00697

8

0.00916

Villa Colombia (VC)

3

3

0.00145

1.66

0.00114

Calima River valley (CV)

29

5

0.01096

12.59

0.00822

H. e. chestertonii (CV)

26

2

0.00647

7.42

0.00924

H. e. venus (CV)

20

3

0.00498

5.71

0.00711


North populations

52

21

0.01206

13.829

0.01017

South populations

42

16

0.0077

8.83

0.00889


North Clade

9

9

0.00125

1.43

0.00189

South Clade

23

18

0.00279

3.19

0.00456


The symbols in the table represent: number of segregating sites (S), number of haplotypes (h), nucleotide diversity per site (π), average number of differences between pair of sequences (k) and genetic diversity per site (θw).

Muñoz et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:358   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-358

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