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Table 1 Results of the JML run

From: Pleistocene climate change promoted rapid diversification of aquatic invertebrates in Southeast Australia

Distance obs./exp. S. alp. S. bar. S. mea. S. mon. S. mun. S. tar. S. tas. S. wec. S. weh. S. wil.
S. alp.   4.83 2.42 4.83 2.42 2.42 2.42 1.21# 1.21# 4.83
S. bar. 14.81   4.83# 2.42# 4.83# 4.83 4.83 4.83+ 4.83 2.42
S. mea. 4.44 0   4.83# 2.42# 2.42 1.21 2.42+ 2.42# 4.83
S. mon. 14.81 0 0   4.83# 4.83 4.83 4.83+ 4.83 2.42
S. mun. 1.48 0 0 0   2.42 2.42# 2.42+ 2.42# 4.83
S. tar. 5.92 23.70 8.89 23.70 4.44   2.42 2.42 2.42+ 4.83
S. tas. 5.93 22.22 8.89 22.22 0 5.93   2.42 2.42# 4.83
S. wec. 0 1.48 1.48 1.48 1.48 5.93 4.44   1.21# 4.83
S. weh. 0 19.26 0 19.26 0 1.48 0 0   4.83
S. wil. 10.37 19.26 16.30 16.30 11.85 16.30 14.81 14.81 11.85  
  1. Minimum genetic distance (*1,000), as estimated by JML, of STR species pairs. Lower left: observed minimum genetic distance. Upper right: expected minimum genetic distance (median). Species pairs in which the observed genetic distance is 0 due to the sharing of haplotypes are indicated by #. Species pairs in which the observed minimum genetic distance is higher than the expected distance are indicated by +. There is no case in which the probability that the minimum observed genetic distance is lower than expected is significant (p ≤ 0.05).