Figure 9.

Map of the island of Moorea showing partulid sampling locations. Interior lines represent major ridges. The labeling code for J. B. Burch's 1970 sampling stations was as follows: 261: Faatoai Valley, northern slope of Mt. Tautuapae (350 m altitude); 267: Paparoa V. (100 m); 268: Paparoa V. (300 m); 269: Faamaariri V. (150 m); 270: Faamaariri V. (300 m); 271: Puutu V. (250 m); 272: Puutu V. (400 m); 273: Matapoopoo V. (150–200 m); 274: Matapoopoo V. (400 m); 275: Mouaroa V. (200–300 m); 276: Hotutea V. northeastern ridge (400 m); 278: Hotutea V. northeastern ridge (480 m); 279: Hotutea V. northeastern ridge (620 m). Extant wild populations were detected and biopsied in the following locations: 1: Maatea Valley (180 m; June 2007); 2: Haumi V. (June 2007); 3: Moruu V. (June 2005); 4: Morioahu V. (September 2007); 5: Opunohu Bay mangrove (November 2006); 6: Mt. Tohiea (1150 m; January 2002 and September 2006); 7: Partula Reserve, Mt. Tohiea Belvedere (October 2006). Captive zoo populations were sourced from the following valleys (exact locations within valleys are uncertain): 11: Fareaito V.; 12: Maatea V.; 13: Atimaha V.; 14: Vaianai V.; 15: Faatoai V.; 16: Haapiti V.

Lee et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2009 9:204   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-9-204
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