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Table 2 Haplotype and genetic diversity estimates for Wolbachia gro EL sequence groups for the conservative dataset

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

Group Haplotype Diversity (Hd) Nucleotide Diversity (Π) Haplotypes (N) Sequences (N) Segregating Sites (N)
Entire Dataset 0.945 0.02569 21 56 52
Group “1” 0.938 0.01276 19 52 24
Subgroup “1a” 0.905 0.00691 13 36 15
Subgroup “1b” 0.644 0.00535 4 10 7
Subgroup “1c” 0.600 0.00188 2 6 1
Group “2” 0.667 0.00208 2 4 1
mtDNA N 0.957 0.01142 14 22 18
mtDNA S 0.937 0.03197 14 27 46
  1. Groups refer to those shown in Figure 3. MtDNA N and mtDNA S refer to the host fly northern and southern mtDNA haplogroups, respectively, defined in [28, 29]. Wolbachia groEL sequences were assigned to the haplogroup of the individual fly from which they were obtained.