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Table 4 Diversity indices per subspecies for the mtDNA

From: Mitochondrial sequences reveal a clear separation between Angolan and South African giraffe along a cryptic rift valley

  N NH Hd sd(Hd) π sd(π)
angolensis 33
(35)
13
(13)
0.902
(0.901)
0.028
(0.026)
0.00351
(0.00344)
0.00026
(0.00026)
antiquorum 8 7 0.964 0.077 0.00434 0.00140
giraffa 56
(56)
13
(11)
0.769
(0.751)
0.050
(0.052)
0.00326
(0.00103)
0.00147
(0.00017)
reticulata 9
(8)
8
(7)
0.972
(0.964)
0.064
(0.077)
0.00800
(0.00632)
0.00209
(0.00229)
rothschildi 13
(13)
4
(3)
0.423
(0.295)
0.164
(0.156)
0.01171
(0.00020)
0.00589
(0.00011)
thornicrofti 5 1 0.000 0.000 0.00000 0.00000
tippelskirchi 21
(20)
15
(13)
0.924
(0.911)
0.050
(0.054)
0.01030
(0.00555)
0.00319
(0.00119)
peralta 16 4 0.642 0.103 0.00082 0.00022
Total 161 59 0.956 0.008 0.02667 0.00075
  1. N: number of analyzed individuals. NH: number of haplotypes. Hd: haplotype diversity. sd: standard deviation. π: uncorrected nucleotide diversity. All indices were calculated in DnaSP. For previously published sequences, the original subspecies assignments were used. Our own samples are assigned to subspecies according to their mtDNA clades in Figure 1. Numbers in brackets are the respective indices when the probably misassigned individuals #1 to #9 are put in the mtDNA clades as presented in Figure 1.