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Table 3 Estimates of the Isolation with Migration model using IMa.

From: Diversification across an altitudinal gradient in the Tiny Greenbul (Phyllastrephus debilis) from the Eastern Arc Mountains of Africa

  RABAI-ALBIGULA RABAI-ALBIGULAKANGA EXCLUDED DEBILIS-RABAI ALBIGULA NGURU -ALBIGULAUSAMBARA
Θ1 7.019 (4.870-9.659) 6.531 (4.452-9.194) 3.266 (1.594-4.9398) 1.0913 (0.465-1.705)
Θ2 2.426 (1.480-3.632) 2.402 (1.502-3.556) 8.355 (5.881-10.742) 1.409 (0.584-2.194)
ΘA 21.321 (1.587- 52.328) 25.909 (1.344-51.185) 21.068 (0.0261-44.8762) 8.6927 (0.009-16.221)
M12 0.109 (0.025-0.245) 0.0535 (0.005-0.145) 0.2735 (0.005-0.605) 2.8637 (0.355-5.305)
M21 0.123 (0.015-0.345) 0.093 (0.005-0.195) 0.186 (0.005-0.365) 1.113 (0.005-2.465)
T 2.4 2.2 0.6 0.3
  1. Values represent the mean of the distribution and the 90% HPD confidence interval.
  2. The posterior distribution of the parameter T possesses a non-zero probability distribution when T increases; the value represents the highest posterior estimate. For this reason we do not discuss the T value from the Isolation with Migration analyses in the text. The estimates for the T parameters are given in million years before present.