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Table 2 Diversity values for the taxa investigated

From: Genetic structure and bio-climatic modeling support allopatric over parapatric speciation along a latitudinal gradient

  Pops N A Ap R63 Mean Ho Mean He Fstwtn Fstbtw Mean Q cpSSR
T. aspera 4 84 9.3 18 9 0.554 0.626 0.046 0.265 0.95 1,2
T. mongaensis 5 70 6.3 7 6.3 0.38 0.492 0.192 0.318 0.96 4,6
T. mongaensis plus T. oreades at Monga NP 6 98 6.7 7 6.9 0.415 0.542 0.22 0.303 0.95 4,6
T. oreades 8 129 7.3 12 6.8 0.482 0.619 0.238 0.252 0.84 4
T. oreades minus T. oreades at Monga NP 7 98 6.5 11 6.3 0.472 0.564 0.201 0.276 0.95 4
T. speciosissima 19 334 17.2 54 12.7 0.686 0.794 0.112 0.222 0.95 3,4,5,6
T. speciosissima south of Shoalhaven only 3 62 8.5 6 7.6 0.648 0.714 0.093 0.243 0.90 6
  1. The rows report species (or groups pf population) specific values. Pops: number of populations; N: number of individuals; A: allelic diversity; Ap: number of private alleles for the species; R63: unbiased allelic diversity; Mean He and Ho: mean expected and observed heterozygosities; Fst wtn: average Fst value among populations within a species; Fst btw: average Fst value relative to other species; Mean Q: mean individual-level assignment value to a species (based on the Bayesian clustering approach implemented in STRUCTURE, at K = 6); cpSSR: identity of chloroplast haplotypes amplified.