Table 1

List of phylogeographic studies that investigated the genetic diversity of NW Pacific marine species and summary of the relevant information reported in each study.

Species

Organism

Genetic info.

N

Structure/Refugium

NL

% div.

cryptic sp.

References


Mugil cephalus

Fish

control region

126

East China Sea vs South China Sea

2

48%

yes

[14]

Mugil cephalus

Fish

control region

140

East China Sea vs South China Sea

2

55%

no

[21]

Mugil cephalus

Fish

cyto b

98

Japan Sea vs East China Sea vs South China Sea

3

5.1-6.6%

no

[17]

Mugil cephalus

Fish

COI

448

Japan Sea vs South China Sea vs SW Pacific origin

3

2.5-4.8%

yes

This study

Mugil cephalus

Fish

16 S, 12 S

9

East China Sea vs South China Sea

2

1.87%, 1.61%

yes

[71]

Mugil cephalus

Fish

microsatellites

713

Japan Sea vs South China Sea vs SW Pacific origin

3

11.5-30.5%

yes

This study

Mugil cephalus

Fish

AFLP

118

Bohai Sea vs Yellow Sea vs East China Sea vs South China Sea

4

-

no

[23]

Chelon haematocheilus

Fish

control region

272

Japan Sea vs East China Sea vs South China Sea

3

1.55-2.41%

no

[16]

Chelon haematocheilus

Fish

16 S, 12 S

8

East China Sea vs South China Sea

2

2.81%, 4.11%

yes

[71]

Odontamblyopus sp.

Fish

ND5

85

East China Sea vs South China Sea

3

2.37-8.96%

yes

[15]

Lateolabrax sp.

Fish

control region

256

Japan Sea vs East China Sea

2

22.60%

yes

[72]

Lateolabrax sp.

Fish

cyto b

256

Japan Sea vs East China Sea

2

7.80%

yes

[72]

Eriocheir sensu stricto

Crustacean

COII, cyto b

154

Japan Sea vs East China Sea vs South China Sea

3

3.2-4.05%

yes

[13]

Eriocheir sensu stricto

Crustacean

COI, cyto b

446

Japan Sea vs East China Sea vs South China Sea vs Ryukyu

4

-

no

[54]

Penaeus japonicus

Crustacean

control region

95

Japan Sea vs East China Sea vs South China Sea

3

FCT = 0.04

no

[73]

Cyclina sinensis

Mollusk

RAPD

50

Yellow Sea vs South China Sea

2

10.90%

no

[74]

Cyclina sinensis

Mollusk

AFLP

160

Yellow Sea vs China Sea

2

-

no

[75]

Tegillarca granosa

Mollusk

COI

38

East China Sea vs South China Sea

2

15%

no

[76]

Tegillarca granosa

Mollusk

RAPD

96

East China Sea vs South China Sea

2

32.6 -45.1%

no

[77]

Helice sp.

Mollusk

COI, 16 S, 12 S, ITS2

123

East China Sea vs South China Sea vs Ryukyu & Taiwan Islands

3

0.16-1.13%

yes

[78]


N: sample size, NL: number of lineage, % div.: percentage of divergence.

Shen et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:83   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-83

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