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Table 4 Parameter estimates for θ (4Neμ), divergence time (t), and symmetrical migration rates (m) inferred from IMa2 analyses

From: The dual role of Andean topography in primary divergence: functional and neutral variation among populations of the hummingbird, Metallura tyrianthina

Transect θ1 θ2 θ ancestral t m
Vilcanota 0.321
(0.103–0.903)
0.807
(0.205–3.117)
0.06
(0.00–4.00)
0.7985
(0.295–3.0)
2.098
(0.383–9.759)
Manu Road 1.402
(0.027–0.379)
4.00
(0.140–4.00)
1.521
(0.00–4.00)
0.031
(0.016–2.998)
39.922
(6.308–150)
Humid 6.000
(0.042–6.0)
0.140
(0.036–0.499)
0.587
(0–6.00)
0.026
(0.001–2.998)
39.702
(1.513–100)
Semi-humid 0.260
(0.062–0.973)
0.77
(0.039–1.199)
1.746
(0.0–4.00)
0.939
(0.052–2.998)
3.379
(0.676–36.501)
  1. 95 % HPD range for each parameter presented in parentheses. Mean parameter estimates represent the average across the three independent runs performed for all four comparisons. θ1 refers to estimates of θ for the semi-humid comparison for Vilcanota and Manu Road and θ2 for the humid site. For between humid sites and semi-humid site comparisons θ1 refers to sites from the Manu Road and θ2 the Vilcanota