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Table 2 Mitochondrial divergences.

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

  N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. South-west 7 _ 0.235 0.183 0.212 0.219 0.256 0.217 0.245 0.239 0.222
2. Cape Range 4 0.623 _ 0.201 0.246 0.254 0.289 0.255 0.264 0.262 0.267
3. Carnarvon 10 0.359 0.456 _ 0.205 0.205 0.243 0.220 0.240 0.232 0.225
4. Pilbara 10 0.505 0.709 0.494 _ 0.171 0.206 0.192 0.209 0.199 0.185
5. Central Ranges 11 0.512 0.718 0.457 0.294 _ 0.203 0.202 0.221 0.217 0.207
6. Kimberley A 1 0.704 1.059 0.673 0.445 0.415 _ 0.191 0.174 0.153 0.153
7. Kimberley B 1 0.557 0.872 0.577 0.421 0.443 0.347 _ 0.181 0.174 0.153
8. Kimberley C 2 0.657 0.923 0.698 0.470 0.491 0.281 0.333 _ 0.161 0.165
9. Kimberley D 1 0.680 0.981 0.686 0.463 0.504 0.221 0.326 0.266 _ 0.139
10. Kimberley E 7 0.615 0.997 0.636 0.405 0.479 0.248 0.281 0.281 0.227 _
  1. Corrected (GTR+I+G) and uncorrected genetic distances between ten candidate species confounded within 'Crenadactylus ocellatus', calculated using 828 bp of ND2 data.