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Table 1 Population statistics, diversity estimates and neutrality tests based on ITS + 5.8S + D1/D2 nucleotide sequences of Sebacina epigaea and S. incrustans

From: High genetic diversity at the regional scale and possible speciation in Sebacina epigaea and S. incrustans

Species n h s hd k π θω Tajima’s Fu & Li’s
Population       D D* F*
S. epigaea
BA 38 7 12 0.783 3.691 0.024 0.018 1.04 1.48* 1.57
WA 6 4 4 0.679 2.214 0.014 0.010 1.90 1.31 1.59
EA 2 1 0 0.000       
NV 3 2 13 0.500 6.500 0.042 0.046 −0.84 −0.84 −0.86
HO 1 1 1 1.000 1.000 0.006 0.006    
All 50 11 53 0.853 4.962 0.032 0.044 −0.87 1.07 0.42
S. incrustans
BA 22 13 23 0.059 9.124 0.020 0.013 2.02 1.67* 2.09*
WA 6 3 7 0.667 3.238 0.007 0.001 0.69 0.60 0.67
EA 7 5 9 0.769 3.615 0.008 0.001 0.97 0.96 1.09
NV 5 3 18 0.700 7.600 0.016 0.019 −0.89 −0.89 −0.95
HO 8 2 25 0.429 10.714 0.023 0.021 0.59 1.61* 1.52
All 48 8 46 0.755 11.341 0.024 0.021 0.54 1.82* 1.60
  1. Sampling areas are coded as follows: BA = Bavarian Alps, WA = Western Swabian Alb, EA = Eastern Swabian Alb, NV = Neckar Valley, HO = Hohenlohe. n = sample size, h = number of haplotypes, s = number of segregating sites, hd = haplotype diversity, k = average number of nucleotide pairwise differences, π = number of nucleotide differences per site, θω = Watterson’s estimate of ϕ per site. Significant tests (P < 0.05) are marked with *.