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Table 1 Genetic variability among microsatellite loci examined

From: Rapid speciation in a newly opened postglacial marine environment, the Baltic Sea

  F. radicans
(n = 39)
F. vesiculosus
(n = 117)
F. vesiculosus other populations
(n = 123)
Total
Fsp1     
NA 4 6 14 14
H O 0.051 0.550* 0.537  
H e 0.101 0.636 0.740  
Fsp2     
NA 5 12 21 21
H O 0.846* 0.362* 0.306*  
H e 0.571 0.780 0.827  
Fsp3     
NA 5 7 13 14
H O 0.615 0.388* 0.499*  
H e 0.587 0.522 0.816  
Fsp4     
NA 2 6 10 10
H O 0.538 0.713 0.659  
H e 0.582 0.708 0.729  
L20     
NA 5 7 11 11
H O 0.615 0.225* 0.574  
H e 0.567 0.655 0.774  
L38     
NA 2 6 8 8
H O 0.641 0.338* 0.513  
H e 0.501 0.651 0.648  
L58     
NA 4 5 6 6
H O 0.897* 0.525 0.597  
H e 0.555 0.648 0.620  
L85     
NA 4 4 6 6
H O 0.718 0.575 0.501  
H e 0.567 0.593 0.607  
L94     
NA 1 3 5 5
H O - 0.275* 0.336  
H e - 0.454 0.536  
  1. Sample sizes in "F. radicans" and "F. vesiculosus" only correspond to sympatric samples from Öregrund and using exclusively unique genotypes. Number of alleles (NA), observed (Ho) and expected (He) heterozygosities at each microsatellite locus. Significant deviations from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium after Bonferroni correction are indicated by asterisks.