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Table 2 Haplotype and microsatellite diversity in pampas cat

From: Influence of ancient glacial periods on the Andean fauna: the case of the pampas cat (Leopardus colocolo)

        Microsatellites
Locality mtDNA (HVS-I) Fca24 Fca31 Fca45 Fca96 Fca294 Total
  n H hd S P π × 100 k He k He k He k He k He k
1 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0.73 3 0.60 3 0.73 2 0.33 2 0.60 12
2 19 5 0.59 9 2.64 0.96 6 0.49 5 0.69 9 0.74 6 0.58 9 0.78 35
3 19 6 0.81 9 2.64 0.95 4 0.57 6 0.68 8 0.80 9 0.93 7 0.81 34
4 12 5 0.83 13 3.82 1.46 6 0.64 6 0.75 4 0.70 5 0.59 4 0.70 25
5 8 5 0.86 13 3.82 1.25 4 0.65 8 0.84 5 0.63 5 0.68 6 0.77 28
6 6 5 0.93 9 2.64 1.41 3 0.59 6 0.80 5 0.77 5 0.74 5 0.68 24
7 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1.00 1 0.00 2 1.00 1 0.00 2 1.00 8
8 19 8 0.91 42 12.3 2.6 4 0.56 6 0.75 6 0.74 7 0.76 8 0.87 31
9 12 8 0.92 24 7.06 2.26 4 0.42 5 0.74 6 0.72 7 0.76 7 0.85 29
10 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0.50 3 0.84 3 0.84 2 0.67 3 0.84 13
11 15 7 0.88 58 17.06 5.2 5 0.62 7 0.71 3 0.45 5 0.74 5 0.36 25
12 3 2 0.67 11 3.23 2.17 4 0.87 4 0.80 2 0.33 3 0.73 3 0.60 16
13 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0.50 3 0.84 2 0.50 3 0.84 1 0.00 11
14 28 14 0.9 67 19.7 5.18 7 0.68 7 0.67 8 0.70 8 0.86 7 0.35 37
15 30 14 0.8 66 19.41 4.59 7 0.69 12 0.67 9 0.73 8 0.81 12 0.82 48
16 5 4 0.9 38 11.2 4.76 5 0.89 3 0.61 2 0.25 3 0.55 4 0.79 17
17 7 4 0.81 22 6.47 3.25 4 0.74 6 0.86 4 0.75 6 0.74 5 0.79 25
18 5 2 0.6 8 2.35 1.4 3 0.69 5 0.82 4 0.76 4 0.53 4 0.78 20
19 3 2 0.67 3 0.88 0.59 3 0.73 2 0.33 4 0.87 5 0.93 3 0.73 17
Mean values 14.23 6.69 0.83 29.08 8.55 2.71 4.77 0.63 6.31 0.74 5.61 0.67 6 0.71 6.38 0.72 29.08
Total 199 41 0.94 94 27.65 6.09 10 0.79 21 0.89 15 0.88 14 0.83 14 0.79 74
  1. The locality numbers correspond to those on the Table 1. Mean values were calculated with the localities with more than 4 individuals only. Total values were calculated for the entire sample. n = sample size; H = number of haplotypes; hd = haplotype diversity; S = number of polymorphic sites; P = percentage of variable sites; π = nucleotid diversity; k = number of alleles; HE = expected heterozygosity.