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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.