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Table 1 Sampling sites, reproductive mode, and the number of Dahlica triquetrella individuals sequenced

From: Large variation in mitochondrial DNA of sexual and parthenogenetic Dahlica triquetrella (Lepidoptera: Psychidae) shows multiple origins of parthenogenesis

Continent Country Location Code Latitude Longitude Reproductive mode Females Males
Europe Switzerland Dübendorf CH-2, CH-3 47.405 N 8.608 E parthenogenetic 6  
   Haldenstein CH-1 (334)$ 46.874 N 9.521 E parthenogenetic 1  
   Uetliberg CH-8 (168) 47.343 N 8.489 E parthenogenetic 5  
   Stanserhorn CH-4 (189) 46.929 N 8.340 E sexual 1 2
   Gurten CH-5 (58) 46.921 N 7.437 E sexual 2 4
   Wald-Farner CH-6 47.286 N 8.952 E sexual   1
   Strahlegg CH-7 (216) 47.329 N 8.959 E sexual 2 1
  Austria Linz AU 48.340 N 14.318 E sexual   5
  Netherlands Amersfoort NL-1, NL-2 52.182 N 5.410 E parthenogenetic 2  
  Finland Jyväskylä* FIN-2 62.2 N 25.7 E parthenogenetic# 8  
   Loimaa FIN-1 60.774N 23.007 E parthenogenetic 4  
  Russia Selyatino RUS-2, RUS-3 55.510 N 36.946 E parthenogenetic 2  
   Belye Stolby RUS-4 55.323 N 37.847 E parthenogeneti 1  
   Chkalovskaja RUS-1 55.899 N 38.059 E parthenogenetic 1  
North America Canada Saskatoon CAN 52.1 N 106.7 W parthenogenetic 2  
  1. * Samples came from several sites within 25 km of these coordinates. $Numbers between brackets refer to original sites from Seiler’s investigations (see [17]). #Confirmed tetraploid population [35].