Figure 1.

Genealogy and distribution of the mtIGS haplotypes of Fucus ceranoides from NW Iberia. (a) Location of the study area (in black) in relation to Europe and the Iberian Peninsula. The geographical location and mtIGS lineages present in four Iberian populations previously analysed in Neiva et al. (2010, 2012) are also shown. (b) MtIGS parsimony networks of NW Iberian haplotypes. Sampled haplotypes are represented by circles sized to their frequency and black dots represent inferred, unsampled haplotypes. Links represent a single nucleotide change and black squares represent small indels. Inferred phylogroups are labelled by colour and letter (A-Red; B-Purple; C-Green). Shared and private haplotypes are depicted in bright and pale colour intensity, respectively. (c) Location of sampling sites, delimitation of the phylogeographic sectors considered (Western- W; Northwestern- NW; Northern- N). Pie charts depict haplotype frequencies at each site (see Table 1 for haplotype ID’s, haplotypes are coloured as in b)

Neiva et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:78   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-78
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