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Figure 2 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Figure 2

From: Factors and processes shaping the population structure and distribution of genetic variation across the species range of the freshwater snail radix balthica(Pulmonata, Basommatophora)

Figure 2

Population structure analysis inferred from Bayesian clustering. Each bar corresponds to the cluster membership proportions (k = 20) of an individual as estimated from microsatellite data. The more colours appear in a bar, the more admixed is the individual. The bars from a sampling site are arranged in blocks, connected with a line to the respective sampling site. Populations with similar genetic composition have therefore blocks with similar colour patterns.

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