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Table 2 Descriptive statistics for all species

From: The effect of host social system on parasite population genetic structure: comparative population genetics of two ectoparasitic mites and their bat hosts

a) S. myoti       Mite mtDNA         Mite microsatellites
Colony name Year Lat Long n N π NA K Ho He Pall F is
Agliè (Agl) 2005 45.3671 7.767 20 14 0.708 17.875 15.955 0.61 0.868 22 0.264
Courtételle (Cou) 2004 47.341 7.3178 19 13 0.701 18.125 16.752 0.755 0.904 11 0.191
Meiringen (Mei) 2005 46.7296 8.1812 18 7 0.777 13.125 12.743 0.546 0.871 6 0.209
Perreux (Per) 2004 46.9479 6.8179 20 10 0.874 18 16.121 0.733 0.898 13 0.32
Satigny (Sat) 2005 46.2143 6.0357 20 8 0.536 15.5 14.122 0.663 0.872 16 0.398
St-Ursanne (StU) 2005 47.3647 7.1537 20 14 0.759 17.5 15.787 0.695 0.89 11 0.244
b) M. myotis  Host mtDNA         Host microsatellites
Colony name Colony size n N π n N A K H o H e P all F is
Agliè (Agl) 400 20 4 1.817 20 8.2 8.71 0.735 0.723 5 -0.017
Courtételle (Cou) 800 20 2 0.033 20 9 8.39 0.785 0.761 2 -0.031
Meiringen (Mei) 80 20 2 0.062 20 9 7.43 0.795 0.772 4 -0.029
Perreux (Per) 200 20 3 0.161 20 9.9 8.16 0.79 0.789 9 -0.002
Satigny (Sat) 190 18 3 1.993 20 9.3 7 0.789 0.763 3 -0.034
St-Ursanne (StU) 200 20 1 0 20 9.7 9.03 0.733 0.763 6 0.039
c) S. bechsteini    Mite mtDNA         Mite microsatellites
Region Colony name Year Lat Long n N π N A K H o H e P all F is
Lower Frankonia (LF) Blutsee (BS) 2007 49.4331 9.4958 41 3 0.18 5.2 3.981 0.736 0.645 1 -0.13
Einsiedeln (ES) 2002 49.5407 9.5641 16 2 0.32 6.8 5.806 0.727 0.703 2 0
  2007    11 4 0.67 6.8 6.237 0.739 0.754 0 0.069
Guttenberg 2 (GB2) 2002 49.4443 9.5154 15 3 0.6 12 9.354 0.747 0.864 10 0.169
  2007    20 2 0.27 6.6 5.24 0.747 0.706 2 -0.032
Gramschatz 1(GS1) 2002 49.5409 9.5842 25 3 0.46 8.2 6.133 0.677 0.75 2 0.118
  2007    22 6 0.77 10.2 7.822 0.757 0.843 2 0.125
Höchberg (HB) 2002 49.4705 9.5201 21 5 0.49 7.4 5.9 0.632 0.743 3 0.175
  2007    20 1 0 5.2 4.375 0.627 0.631 0 0.033
Irtenberg 3 (IB3) 2002 49.4308 9.5016 23 1 0 5 4.453 0.753 0.677 1 -0.089
  2007    38 1 0 4.6 3.598 0.579 0.584 0 0.023
Reutholz (RT) 2007 49.737 9.861 22 3 0.66 9.8 7.601 0.696 0.809 2 0.164
Steinbach (SB) 2007 49.4215 9.4442 21 1 0 4.2 3.833 0.657 0.572 1 -0.126
Rhineland-Palatine (RP) Altrich 4 (AL4) 2007 49.9636 6.8726 14 2 0.14 5.4 4.728 0.643 0.662 2 0.065
Bitburg (BI) 2007 49.9726 6.4793 22 3 0.44 7.4 5.735 0.609 0.753 1 0.216
Duppach (DU) 2007 50.2685 6.5507 24 6 0.72 8.2 6.549 0.67 0.772 2 0.154
Longuich (LO) 2007 49.7916 6.7514 25 3 0.67 6.6 5.01 0.701 0.71 1 0.033
Orenhofen (OH) 2007 49.9115 6.6781 22 1 0 2.6 2.255 0.345 0.352 0 0.043
d) M. bechsteinii    Host mt msats   Host microsatellites
Colony name Colony size n N π n N A K H o H e P all F is
Lower Frankonia (LF) Blutsee (BS) 15-19 30 3.5 2.22 30 11.1 5.07 0.783 0.802 1 0.057
Einsiedeln (ES) 20-24 10 1 1 10 7.1 4.63 0.85 0.769 0 -0.052
Guttenberg 2 (GB2) 35-39 70 2 1.55 70 12.6 4.95 0.801 0.825 2 0.041
Gramschatz 1 (GS1) 40-44 93 1.5 1.08 93 13 4.83 0.828 0.81 4 -0.014
Höchberg (HB) 20-24 57 4.5 2.45 57 11.6 4.86 0.806 0.799 1 0.008
Irtenberg 3 (IB3) 25-29 16 1.5 1.35 16 9.5 4.99 0.844 0.799 2 -0.024
Reutholz (RT) 40-44 17 1 1 17 9.3 4.95 0.79 0.794 2 0.029
Steinbach (SB) 20-24 34 1 1 34 9.3 4.57 0.825 0.792 1 -0.007
Rhineland-Palatine (RP) Bitburg (BI) 40-44 9 1 1 9 6.8 4.85 0.819 0.795 3 0.028
Duppach (DU) 45-49 20 1.5   1.3 9.1 4.86 0.856 0.804 1 -0.039
  1. Description of molecular variability in a) Spinturnix myoti, b) Myotis myotis c) Spinturnix bechsteini d) Myotis bechsteinii. The following parameters are recorded: latitude (Lat), longitude (Long), estimated number of bats in the colony (colony size), number of individuals sequenced/genotyped (n), total number of haplotypes (N), nucleotide diversity (π), the mean number of microsatellite alleles per locus (NA), allelic richness (K), observed (Ho) and expected (He) heterozygosities, the number of private alleles per colony (Pall), and the inbreeding coefficient (Fis). For S. myoti and S. bechsteini the number of individuals sequenced and genotyped was the same for each colony.