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Table 6 Matrices of genetic and geographic distances among Z. borbonicus localities.

From: The geographic scale of diversification on islands: genetic and morphological divergence at a very small spatial scale in the Mascarene grey white-eye (Aves: Zosterops borbonicus)

  DD VB MO BE VO BV SL LM CA BR BO
DD   3.4 16.4 20.2 42.9 53.9 19.3 10.9 226.0 219.2 221.1
VB 0.148   14.1 16.8 39.6 50.9 19.5 9.6 223.5 216.7 218.5
MO 0.093 0.220   14.9 36.7 50.0 32.5 21.5 209.6 202.8 204.7
BE 0.191 0.272 0.174   23.4 35.8 26.5 16.6 212.1 205.6 206.6
VO 0.137 0.196 0.112 0.106   13.9 41.7 36.0 204.7 198.8 198.2
BV 0.063 0.181 0.168 0.176 0.117   48.5 45.5 209.3 203.8 202.2
SL 0.038 0.169 0.146 0.219 0.120 0.057   11.1 238.6 232.1 233.1
LM 0.096 0.125 0.175 0.186 0.138 0.139 0.168   228.2 221.6 222.8
CA 0.375 0.472 0.409 0.420 0.397 0.369 0.360 0.388   8.3 10.7
BR 0.262 0.421 0.336 0.322 0.304 0.274 0.263 0.295 0   14.2
BO 0.414 0.500 0.413 0.410 0.396 0.402 0.388 0.402 0.035 0  
  1. Pairwise values of ΦPT among localities (below diagonal), and geographic distances among sites in km (above diagonal). All ΦPT values above zero are significant at the 0.01 level, except for DD vs. SL, which had a P value of 0.07. Mauritian localities are CA, BR and BO.