Table 3

Estimates of population sizes and migration rates obtained from final Migrate runs
(a) LimpS
From Pop207 From Pop120 From Pop119 From Pop326
Pop207 (136 m) 25.7 2.21 1.61,2 1.91,2
Pop120 (56 m) 4.8 7.4 7.81 41,2
Pop119 (48 m) 7.32 6 4.0 10.41
Pop326 (30 m) 2.62 7.92 6.3 6.7
(b) LimpN:
From Pop13 From Pop8 From Pop2 From Pop1 From Pop50 From Pop55
Pop13 (129 m) 0.8 11.81 8.51,2 10.11,2 5.61,2 13.21,2
Pop8 (118 m) 8.1 0.9 5.51 15.21,2 5.61,2 7.01,2
Pop2 (77 m) 10.82 4.4 1.4 9.91 5.61,2 10.91,2
Pop1 (59 m) 13.02 4.22 13.1 1.8 11.71 5.51,2
Pop50 (49 m) 2.92 11.72 3.42 10.4 1.6 9.01
Pop55 (33 m) 11.22 6.12 7.22 5.82 7.9 2.4

(a) LimpS clade; (b) Limp N clade. Numbers in bold along the diagonals indicate θ (=4Ne*μ) estimates, while other numbers indicate the estimates of immigration rates from respective sites (M=m/μ). Upper indices relate to the alternative hypotheses tested through the LRT. 1 indicates those parameters, which were constrained to zero in the model assuming only downward migration, while 2 indicates those constrained to zero in the stepping-stone model. Elevation of particular localities is shown in parentheses.

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