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Table 1 The ten sampled populations of the Coregonus albula complex

From: Genetic population structure of sympatric and allopatric populations of Baltic ciscoes (Coregonus albulacomplex, Teleostei, Coregonidae)

No. Lake/Population name Geographical position   n % polymorphic Loci hs 95% credibility interval of hs
   North East     lower upper
1 Lake Breiter Luzin - C. albula 53°21' 13°28' 23 91.5 0.300 0.296 0.304
2 Lake Breiter Luzin - C. lucinensis 53°21' 13°28' 27 82.4 0.232 0.229 0.236
3 Lake Stechlin - C. albula 53°09' 13°01' 38 85.9 0.278 0.275 0.282
4 Lake Stechlin - C. fontanae 53°09' 13°01' 32 84.9 0.228 0.225 0.231
5 Lake Brueckentin 53°15' 13°14' 17 63.6 0.224 0.219 0.228
6 Lake Tollense 53°30' 13°12' 32 74.4 0.258 0.254 0.262
7 Lake Glambeck 53°15' 12°37' 30 70.3 0.219 0.216 0.222
8 Lake Arend 52°53' 11°28' 30 91.4 0.249 0.245 0.252
9 Lake Behler 54°10' 10°28' 12 90.9 0.244 0.240 0.249
10 Lake Ploener 54°05' 10°24' 30 80.2 0.236 0.233 0.239
     Σ = 271 Total = 98.4 Hs = 0.247 0.246 0.248
  1. Lake names, geographical position and genetic diversity of the 10 Coregonus albula complex populations sampled. Allopatric populations consist exclusively of C. albula. Sympatric populations are named by lake origin and the lake-specific species names. n = number of individuals analysed, % polymorphic loci refers to the total of 1264 loci analysed, hs = gene diversity with credibility intervals calculated by a Bayesian approach as implemented in HICKORY, Hs = the mean within-population expected heterozygosity (= Nei's gene diversity within populations).