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Table 6 Averaged assignment probabilities for individuals in each population to the three inferred clusters in "Structure" analyses.

From: Escape to Alcatraz: evolutionary history of slender salamanders (Batrachoseps) on the islands of San Francisco Bay

Population Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3
China Camp (n = 68) 0.750 0.167 0.083
East Marin (n = 32) 0.570 0.327 0.104
West Marin (n = 57) 0.762 0.135 0.102
Red Rock (n = 33) 0.738 0.187 0.074
Tiburon (n = 46) 0.859 0.086 0.055
Marin Headlands (n = 88) 0.846 0.089 0.065
Yerba Buena (n = 104) 0.149 0.623 0.228
Alcatraz (n = 103) 0.027 0.052 0.921
Angel (n = 21) 0.167 0.097 0.736
Presidio (n = 132) 0.178 0.065 0.757
Stanford (n = 108) 0.063 0.063 0.875
Crystal Springs (n = 74) 0.224 0.175 0.601
Brooks (n = 55) 0.024 0.960 0.016
Albany Hill (n = 28) 0.035 0.953 0.012
  1. The three clusters correspond to three main groups of populations: 1) North Bay populations; 2) East Bay populations; and 3) San Francisco Peninsula populations (see text for details). Results are based on the run with the highest likelihood for K = 3 clusters. n = sample size.