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Table 1 Number of individuals per locality, their respective diversity indices and neutrality tests results based on mtDNA (COI) sequences

From: Towards a model of postglacial biogeography in shallow marine species along the Patagonian Province: lessons from the limpet Nacella magellanica(Gmelin, 1791)

Locality N k H S Π π Tajima’s D Fu’s F S
Metri 25 9 0.743 10 1.380 0.00206 −1.58 −4.27**
Puerto Montt 43 14 0.788 13 1.305 0.00194 −1.74* −10.07***
Concoto Island 23 7 0.577 7 0.767 0.00114 −1.88* −4.27*
Puerto Aguirre 24 6 0.496 6 0.790 0.00118 −1.53 −2.70*
Costa Channel 24 4 0.370 5 0.830 0.00124 −1.10 −0.24
Serano Channel 24 10 0.775 9 1.500 0.00224 −1.23 −5.34***
London Island 28 9 0.630 11 1.365 0.00203 −1.68 −3.99*
Santa Ana 24 10 0.775 11 1.652 0.00246 −1.48 −4.84**
Posession Bay 29 10 0.820 17 2.345 0.00349 −1.57 −2.54*
Orange Bay 24 11 0.819 14 1.906 0.00284 −1.72 −5.43**
Tekenika Bay 24 11 0.822 13 1.822 0.00272 −1.65 −5.70**
Virginia Bay 25 11 0.693 16 2.247 0.00335 −1.65 −4.34**
Puerto Deseado 27 6 0.650 8 1.738 0.00259 −0.50 −0.18
Falkland Island 13 7 0.872 14 5.205 0.00776 0.63 0.37
COI Total 357 57 0.761 59 1.936 0.00288 −2.30** −68.58***
  1. Where n: number of sampled specimens; k: number of haplotypes detected; S: polymorphic sites; H: haplotype diversity; Π: average number of nucleotide difference; π: nucleotide diversity *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001. For graphical purposes Falkland/Malvinas Islands are in the table referred as Falkland Islands.