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Table 1 Allozyme summary.

From: Molecular evidence for ten species and Oligo-Miocene vicariance within a nominal Australian gecko species (Crenadactylus ocellatus, Diplodactylidae)

Taxon 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. South-West - 0.304 0.355 0.619 0.560 0.657 0.640 0.542 0.623 0.447
2. Carnarvon Basin 10 (24%) - 0.446 0.794 0.572 0.728 0.810 0.597 0.740 0.531
3. Cape Range 9 (21%) 13 (31%) - 0.700 0.593 0.557 0.629 0.591 0.607 0.637
4. Pilbara 18 (43%) 21 (50%) 20 (48%) - 0.439 0.386 0.479 0.491 0.498 0.574
5. Kimberley A 18 (44%) 18 (44%) 17 (41%) 13 (32%) - 0.194 0.404 0.253 0.314 0.534
6. Kimberley B 20 (48%) 22 (52%) 15 (36%) 13 (31%) 7 (17%) - 0.368 0.414 0.435 0.593
7. Kimberley C 20 (48%) 22 (52%) 18 (43%) 16 (38%) 14 (34%) 11 (26%) - 0.321 0.262 0.689
8. Kimberley D 16 (39%) 17 (41%) 17 (41%) 16 (39%) 9 (22%) 13 (32%) 12 (29%) - 0.120 0.525
9. Kimberley E 18 (43%) 21 (50%) 16 (38%) 16 (38%) 10 (24%) 12 (29%) 8 (19%) 4 (10%) - 0.575
10. Central Ranges 15 (36%) 17 (40%) 17 (40%) 16 (38%) 16 (39%) 19 (45%) 20 (48%) 16 (39%) 17 (40%) -
  1. Matrix of pairwise genetic distances from allozyme data among 10 candidate species of Crenadactylus. Lower left triangle = number of fixed differences (%FD in brackets); upper right triangle = unbiased Nei D.