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Table 1 Clade genetic and range characteristics

From: The role of historical and contemporary processes on phylogeographic structure and genetic diversity in the Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis cardinalis

Claudea Range Size (sq km) n Hap Hap Diversity Nuc
Diversity
Nuc Diversity* Genetic Dist
cardinalis 3,189,130 82 48 0.9530 0.00434 0.00397 0.75
carneus 35,165 8 3 0.4643 0.00065 0.00083 2.60
coccineus 204,229 11 3 0.6364 0.00175 0.00186 0.35
igneus 444,297 47 21 0.8608 0.00197 0.00179 1.65
mariae 245 6 2 0.7333 0.00173 0.00173 1.65
saturatus 647 8 2 0.2500 0.00024 0.00032 0.35
  1. Summary of genetic diversity indices and range sizes for the six Cardinalis cardinalis clades. Number of individuals (n). Number of unique haplotypes (Hap). Metric on the proportion of unique haplotypes in a clade (Hap diversity). Nucleotide diversity with complete clade sampling (Nuc Diversity). Nucleotide diversity with equal sampling per clade (Nuc Diversity*). Node to internode genetic distance based uncorrected p-distances (Genetic Dist).