Table 4

Estimates of genetic diversity for sampled lineages within Melanohalea
Taxon N H Hd S π Tajima'sD Fu and Li'sFs Fs RI SSD
Melanohalea (total) 487 146 0.956 142 0.0481 - - - - -
M. elegantula* 100 16 0.478 15 0.0017 −2.1366 −3.0108 −17.149 0.09731746 1.82E-05
M. elegantula Spain 1 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
M. exasperata 11 8 0.927 21 0.0140 −0.9720 −1.3005 −1.144 0.11438 0.031023
M. exasperata Spain 2 2 1 9 0.0224 NA NA NA NA NA
M. exasperatula* 105 13 0.756 17 0.0039 −1.5449 −1.9654 −4.29 0.068649 0.012024
M. gomukhensis 2 1 0 0 0 NA NA NA NA NA
M. halei 4 1 0 0 0 NA NA NA NA NA
M. infumata 11 3 0.564 2 0.0017 0.0362 −0.2696 −0.113 0.094215 0.000715
M. laciniatula 16 5 0.833 3 0.0032 1.2695 1.2620 −0.768 0.156667 0.023146
M. lobulata 3 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
M. multispora 1 14 2 0.143 1 0.0004 −1.1552 −1.5139 −0.595 0.168216 0.005273
M. multispora 2 2 2 1 1 0.0024 NA NA NA NA NA
M. multispora 3* 26 15 0.911 31 0.0150 −1.0675 −0.7554 −3.234 0.015233 0.007078
M. olivacea* 34 24 0.959 26 0.0092 −1.5576 −2.6561 −19.249 0.018858 0.000997
M. olivaceoides 1 8 1 0 0 0 NA NA NA NA NA
M. olivaceoides 2 2 1 0 0 0 NA NA NA NA NA
M. poeltii 3 2 0.667 3 0.0050 NA NA NA NA NA
M. septentrionalis* 31 9 0.501 16 0.0048 −1.7399 −2.4269 −2.221 0.169296 0.304035
M. subelegantula 10 3 0.378 5 0.0025 −1.7411 −2.1790 0.477 0.285432 0.039008
M. subexasperata 2 2 1 7 0.0141 NA NA NA NA NA
M. subolivacea 1 9 7 0.917 15 0.0100 −0.4538 −0.7083 −1.23 0.110969 0.046933
M. subolivacea 2* 76 43 0.945 30 0.0107 −0.9541 −2.2016 −20.111 0.008245 0.00313
M. trabeculata 10 3 0.6 5 0.0056 0.8301 0.7679 2.146 0.102222 0.043291
M. ushuaiensis Argentina 1 1 0 0 0 NA NA NA NA NA
M. ushuaiensis Chile 2 2 1 3 0.0075 NA NA NA NA NA

n = sample size, h = number of haplotypes, Hd = haplotypic diversity, S = number of segregating (polymorphic) sites, π = nucleotide diversity, Fs = Fu’s F statistic, RI = raggedness index, SSD = sum of squared deviations. Bolded values indicate significant Tajima D, Fu’s F statistic, RI and SSD values.

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Leavitt et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:176   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-176

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