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Table 1 MtDNA diversity estimates and neutrality test results for European mink dataset Ia and dataset IIb. The variables provided are: number of sampled individuals (n), number of observed haplotypes (N h ) with private haplotypes (P h ) in brackets, and haplotype (h) and nucleotide (π) diversities with standard deviations (SD) in brackets. None of the neutrality tests performed were significant (P > 0.05)

From: Patterns of genetic variation in the endangered European mink (Mustela lutreola L., 1761)

    Diversity indices Neutrality test
Sampling sites n N h (P h ) h (SD) π (SD) Tajima’s D Fu's Fs R2
All individuals tested 157 17 0.857 (0.014) 0.005 (0.003) −0.399 −3.316 0.075
mtDNA dataset I        
East (Russia, Belarus, Estonia, Romania) 114 16(16) 0.869 (0.014) 0.005 (0.003) −0.550 −3.380 0.075
Northeast (Russia, Belarus, Estonia) 84 13 (12) 0.862 (0.016) 0.004 (0.003) −1.008 −3.501 0.067
Southeast (Romania) 30 4 (3) 0.352 (0.103) 0.0019 (0.0015) −0.890 0.012 0.087
mtDNA dataset II        
North Dvina 27 6 0.775 (0.047) 0.004 (0.002) 0.817 −0.287 0.165
Volga 28 4 0.717 (0.050) 0.003 (0.002) 0.515 0.865 0.154
West Dvina 29 10 0.810 (0.064) 0.005 (0.003) −1.117 −2.177 0.086
  1. aBecause of the presence of only a single haplotype in the West, this region is not included in the table
  2. bResults for the Danube river correspond to those obtained for the southeastern region