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Table 3 Within clade genetic diversity

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

Locality # of Ind # of Hap Nuc Div Hap Div Priv Hap
cardinalis      
Coahuila 8 6 0.00278 0.929 0.50
Florida/Georgia 9 7 0.00406 0.944 0.56
Kansas 5 4 0.00462 0.900 0.40
Louisiana 9 8 0.00443 0.972 0.67
Minnesota/Wisconsin 9 7 0.00406 0.917 0.56
New York 9 8 0.00422 0.972 0.67
Oklahoma 10 7 0.00312 0.933 0.40
Tamaulipas/Nuevo Leon 8 8 0.00511 1.000 0.88
Texas/New Mexico 12 10 0.00371 0.955 0.40
igneus      
Arizona/New Mexico 11 2 0.00017 0.182 0.00
Baja California Sur 13 9 0.00177 0.872 0.56
Sinaloa 19 13 0.00211 0.906 0.69
Tiburón Island 4 3 0.00368 0.833 0.67
  1. Summary of genetic diversity within the cardinalis and igneus clades. Number of individuals (# of Ind). Number of haplotypes (# of Hap). Nucleotide diversity (Nuc Div). Haplotype diversity (Hap Div). Frequency of private haplotypes (Priv Hap).