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Table 2 Mitochondrial introgression across the flat periwinkle samples included in this study indicated as the number (and percentage) of individuals from one species carrying mitochondrial typical haplotypes from the other species. Codes are the same as in Table 1. Individuals were classified into species using morphology and nuclear markers except for those marked witha

From: Phylogeographic history of flat periwinkles, Littorina fabalis and L. obtusata

LocalityN COI + Cyt-bIntrogression
Code(males/females)N (%)
L. obtusata
 (1) oUS1a10 (NA) 
 (2) oUS2a8 (NA) 
 (3) oICa10 (NA) 
 (4) oSCa9 (NA) 
 (5) oNO115 (9/6) 
 (6) oNO23 (1/2) 
 (7) oSW112 (9/3) 
 (8) oSW212 (10/2) 
 (9) oWA112 (8/4)1 (8%)
 (10) oWA29 (6/3)4 (44%)
 (16) oSP334 (24/10) 
 (17) oPT132 (24/8) 
Total1665 (3%)
L. fabalis
 (3) fICa3 (NA) 
 (5) fNO112 (4/8)6 (50%)
 (6) fNO28 (5/3)4 (50%)
 (7) fSW111 (11/0)8 (73%)
 (8) fSW211 (11/0)11 (100%)
 (9) fWA19 (9/0) 
 (10) fWA29 (9/0) 
 (11) fIR7 (7/0) 
 (12) fEN7 (7/0)1 (14%)
 (13) fFR8 (8/0) 
 (14) fSP121 (14/7)7 (33%)
 (15) fSP229 (22/7)4 (14%)
 (18) fPT222 (10/12) 
Total15741 (26%)
  1. aIndividuals from these sites were classified into species based on nuclear markers alone