Table 2

Population genetic variability of Campylopterus curvipennis

Microsatellite DNA

Mitochondrial

DNA



Locality

n

Mean alleles

/locus

Allelic Richness

HO

HE

H

S

Hd

π


curvipennis group


El Cielo

18

5.6

1.60

0.47*

0.59

6

9

0.83

0.0021

Gomez Farías

4

3.6

1.61

0.65

0.61

2

1

0.5

0.0035

El Naranjo

6

3.6

1.58

0.55

0.57

6

8

1

0.0020

Aquismón

4

3.5

1.63

0.55

0.63

2

1

0.5

0.0003

Xilitla

8

5

1.64

0.49*

0.64

6

7

0.92

0.0013

S. B. Tutotepec

1

1.4

1.40

-

-

1

0

-

-

Cuetzalan

27

6.2

1.62

0.57

0.62

17

20

0.92

0.0020

Macuiltépetl

3

2.66

1.55

0.55

0.57

3

5

1

0.0023

Coapexpan

6

4.5

1.65

0.18

0.30

6

11

1

0.0027

Parque Clavijero

7

4.1

1.60

0.46

0.60

7

8

1

0.0023

La Orduña

22

6.2

1.63

0.49*

0.63

11

14

0.819

0.0020

El Riscal

2

2.3

1.60

0.45

0.60

2

1

1

0.0007

Ursulo Galván

13

5.3

1.60

0.48†

0.60

6

8

0.85

0.0014

Xico

4

2.8

1.61

0.50

0.61

2

8

0.83

0.0033

Amatlán

3

3.1

1.62

0.47

0.62

3

6

1

0.0028


excellens group


Los Tuxtlas

10

4.7

1.61

0.51

0.61

5

5

0.66

0.0007

El Nopal

1

1.3

1.30

-

-

1

0

-

-

Chalchijapa

1

1.7

1.70

-

-

1

0

-

-


pampa group


Escárcega

1

1.5

1.50

-

-

1

0

-

-

Río Bec

2

1.9

1.45

0.45

0.45

2

2

1

0.0014

20 de Noviembre

15

5.5

1.57

0.46*

0.57

11

12

0.96

0.0027

Tres Garantías

3

2.7

1.56

0.4

0.56

2

5

0.66

0.0020


Estimates based on ten microsatellite loci, and 1407 bp of the control region and ATPase 6-8 mtDNA genes. n = sample size, observed (HO) and expected heterozygosity (HE), H = number of haplotypes observed, S = number of polymorphic sites, Hd = haplotype diversity, and π = nucleotide diversity. Asterisks indicate significant departure (P < 0.05, after a sequential Bonferroni correction) from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium for locus CACU13-2 and † for locus CACU13-7.

González et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:38   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-38

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