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Table 6 Summary statistics and demographic tests for each population from both species based on the mtDNA dataset (without putatively introgressed individuals). Codes are the same as in Table 1

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

SpeciesCodeHabitatCOI + Cyt-b (without introgression)
NShhdπFsD
L. obtusata  16191610.95400.0106−17.0139−0.6552
USA 18670.56860.0006−5.4666−2.0342
(1) oUS1NA10450.66670.0007−2.8472− 1.6671
(2) oUS2NA8230.46430.0004−0.9990− 1.3101
Northern-central Europe 7759370.95860.0059−15.6860− 1.3508
(3) oICNA102280.95560.0056−1.2288−0.6478
(4) oSCNA91460.88890.0034−0.4382−0.9691
(5) oNO1Sheltered1529110.90480.0060−1.9701−0.8095
(6) oNO2Exposed31131.00000.00610.80680.0000
(7) oSW1Sheltered121660.84850.00551.78771.0411
(8) oSW2Exposed122360.75760.00551.7877−0.6056
(9) oWA1Sheltered112360.83640.00491.1593−1.1206
(10) oWA2Exposed51320.40000.00434.9368−1.2104
Iberian Peninsula 6631180.85550.0026−5.5098−1.6721
(16) oSP3Sheltered3415100.61680.0011−4.8891−2.1043
(17) oPT1Sheltered321780.80850.0023−0.1237−1.2001
L. fabalis  11650350.92550.0053−10.1339−1.0146
Northern-central Europe 5527200.89360.0043−4.2237−0.4172
(3) fICNA3220.66670.00111.06090.0000
(5) fNO1Sheltered6230.60000.0006−0.8584−1.1320
(6) fNO2Exposed4920.83330.00381.3432−0.8294
(7) fSW1Sheltered31020.66670.00563.47270.0000
(8) fSW2Exposed0
(9) fWA1Sheltered9850.88890.0019−0.5590−1.0265
(10) fWA2Exposed9650.86110.00250.04661.5659
(11) fIRNA7530.66670.00141.0142−0.7926
(12) fENNA6730.60000.00191.3116−1.3903
(13) fFRNA81240.78570.00422.19860.4043
Iberian Peninsula 6125150.81480.0018−5.5142−1.8661
(14) fSP1Zostera-Sheltered14860.68130.0011−2.2485−1.8766
(15) fSP2Fucus-Intermediate251680.78000.0020−1.0832−1.5523
(18) fPT2Mastocarpus-Exposed22120.50650.00041.47431.4714
  1. N, sample size; S, number of segregating sites; h, number of haplotypes; hd, haplotype diversity; π, nucleotide diversity; Fs, Fu’s Fs; D, Tajima’s D
  2. Significant values after Bonferrni correction (p-value = 0.025, 0.010, 0.003 for species, regions and populations, respectively) are presented in bold