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Table 2 Genetic variation at 9 neutral microsatellites in the studied populations

From: Drift, selection, or migration? Processes affecting genetic differentiation and variation along a latitudinal gradient in an amphibian

Locality Sampling area code n NA As PA Ho He AR Ne (LDNe) Ne (CNe)
Altwarmbüchen   A 20 38   8 0.38 0.28 3.08 1.9 (1.0–1.9) 0.7 (0.5–1.0)
Mardorf Germany M 20 25 45 1 0.30 0.30 2.10 11.2 (2.3-inf) 68.9 (0.8–346)
Seebeckwiesen   Se 20 36   1 0.33 0.32 2.56 37.1 (8.5 - inf) 8.5 (0.2–31.5)
Sjöhusen   S 20 31   0 0.30 0.29 2.16 28.1 (4 - inf) inf (inf - inf)
Tvödora Skåne T 19 32 31 0 0.34 0.31 2.12 inf (10.1 - inf) inf (inf - inf)
Räften   R 20 29   0 0.29 0.27 2.17 8 (2.1–51.9) inf (inf - inf)
Österbybruk   20 53   16 0.51 0.43 3.95 1.0 (0.8–1.2) 1.0 (0.7–1.3)
Valsbrunna Uppsala V 20 33 46 0 0.32 0.32 2.13 inf (203.4 - inf) inf (inf - inf)
Holmsjön   H 20 20   1 0.14 0.13 1.62 inf (19.2 - inf) inf (inf - inf)
Nydalasjön Umeå Ny 20 20 17 0 0.15 0.12 1.51 39 (19.6 -inf) 36.7 (0.0–184)
Besbyn   B 20 20   0 0.16 0.09 1.77 37 (2.7-inf) 4 (0.0–20)
Ernäs Luleå E 20 17 20 1 0.12 0.08 1.45 inf (0.6-inf) 3.4 (0.0–16.8)
Total    239    25 0.28 0.25 2.22   
  1. The populations are ordered from South to North. n = number of individuals; NA = alleles within a population; As = alleles within a sampling area; PA = private alleles; Ho = observed heterozygosity, He = expected heterozygosity; AR = allelic richness; Ne = effective population size by linkagedisequilibrium method (Ne (LDNe)) and by coancestry method (CNe)