Table 1

Comparison of cox1 divergence between Appalachian and Ozark haplotypes. The Ozark population only contains a single haplotype (F). Note the large number of haplotypes restricted to northern Georgia (GA). See Figure two for map and Additional File 1 for locality details.

Haplotype

uncorrected p to the Ozark population

Number of localities

States


A

1.222%

1

GA

B

1.711%

1

GA

C

0.733%

2

GA

D

1.956%

1

GA

E

1.467%

4

GA

F

0.000%

5

AR, GA

G

0.978%

1

GA

H

0.978%

1

GA

I

0.733%

1

GA

J

0.978%

1

GA

K

1.956%

1

GA

L

1.467%

1

VA

M

1.711%

2

TN

N

1.467%

1

NC

O

1.467%

1

KY

P

1.222%

13

GA, KY, NC, PA, TN, VA, WV

Q

2.934%

2

AL, GA

R

2.689%

1

GA


State abbreviations are as follows:

AL = Alabama, AR = Arkansas, GA = Georgia, KY = Kentucky, NC = North Carolina, PA = Pennsylvania, TN = Tennessee, VA = Virginia, and WV = West Virginia.

Bonett et al. BMC Ecology 2007 7:7   doi:10.1186/1472-6785-7-7

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