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Table 5 Posterior parameter estimates (median and 95 % confidence intervals) for the best-supported scenario (scenario 1) considering the three mistletoe groups (BREE, SCHI and CALY). Estimates are based on 1 % of simulated datasets closest to the observed values. Simulations and approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) analyses were performed considering both nrDNA and cpDNA sequences

From: A mistletoe tale: postglacial invasion of Psittacanthus schiedeanus (Loranthaceae) to Mesoamerican cloud forests revealed by molecular data and species distribution modeling

Parameter Median q[2.5] q[97.5]
N1 (BREE) 1.14e + 04 2.08e + 03 4.39e + 04
N2 (SCHI) 1.71e + 05 1.12e + 05 1.98e + 05
N3 (CALY) 2.78e + 04 7.45e + 03 1.21e + 05
t1 1.98e + 04 5.88e + 03 3.80e + 04
Na 1.33e + 05 2.98e + 04 4.29e + 05
μ nrDNA 3.97e-08 1.98e-08 7.77e-08
μ cpDNA 5.13e-08 2.14e-08 9.33e-08
  1. Parameters are N = effective population size for BREE (pop1, N1), SCHI (Pop2, N2), CALY (Pop3, N3), and the ancestral populations (Na), t = time since divergence after the Last Glacial Maximum (t1) and during Last Interglacial (t2), and μ = mutation rate for nuclear and chloroplast DNA, respectively. Habitat type abbreviations are as follows: SCHI cloud forests from San Luis Potosí to Oaxaca and Chiapas, CALY xeric vegetation in central Oaxaca, BREE tropical deciduous forests in Chiapas