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Table 1 Summary of G. f. fuscipes collection sites, number of individuals used for Wolbachia sequencing, infection prevalence, and sequence diversity

From: Wolbachia association with the tsetse fly, Glossina fuscipes fuscipes, reveals high levels of genetic diversity and complex evolutionary dynamics

Collection Site Site Code Latitude/ Longitude No. of Host Individuals Infection Prevalence (%)1 Average No. of Nucleotide Differences No. of Haplotypes Hd
Pallisa BK 1.02/33.88 2 53.6 (N = 69) 4.5 6 1.000
Bunghazi BN 0.93/33.98 5 6.7 (N = 15) 4.9 10 0.970
Busime BU 0.25/33.97 3 29.4 (N = 34) 23.4 5 1.000
Buvuma BV 0.31/33.30 5 60 (N = 35) 19.1 8 0.927
Junda JN 1.33/32.74 8 65.1 (N = 43) 11.2 32 0.995
Kakoga KK 0.37/30.28 3 35.7 (N = 28) 4.8 8 0.972
Masindi MS 1.63/31.69 6 6.3 (N = 16) 6.0 14 1.000
Murchison Falls MF 2.28/31.56 3 90 (N=) 7.4 19 0.983
Osuguro OS 1.53/33.50 2 20 (N = 20) 5.3 3 1.000
Lukaya River DRC −4.48/15.31 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Gfq Colony2 GF N/A 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A
  1. 1Infection prevalence data from [26].
  2. 2Collection site origin is unknown for the colony maintained at the Slovakia Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovakia. Tissues were kindly provided by Peter Takac.
  3. 3Only the complete dataset was used to calculate diversity statistics in this table because the conservative dataset eliminated individuals.
  4. Measures of Wolbachia groEL nucleotide differences and genetic diversity were calculated using the complete dataset3. Hd refers to groEL haplotype diversity within a site.