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Table 1 Characteristics of the mitochondrial regions analyzed for Bombus morio (Bm) and B. pauloensis (Bp)

From: Comparative phylogeography in the Atlantic forest and Brazilian savannas: pleistocene fluctuations and dispersal shape spatial patterns in two bumblebees

Mitochondrial region sp. Sequence size (bp) Variable sites Frequency (%) h Hd Model Primers pairs
A C G T
COI Bm 399 26 (6.5%) 30.6 13.6 10.2 45.6 26 0.7607 TPM1uf + I + G mtD6 and mtD9 [103]
Bp 399 17 (4.3%) 30.8 13.6 10.4 45.3 25 0.7846 TIM1 + I
CytB Bm 396 24 (6.1%) 34.9 12.8 7.6 44.7 33 0.8686 GTR + G AMB16 [104] and mtD26 [103]
Bp 396 21 (5.3%) 30.0 12.8 6.2 43.0 26 0.8202 HKY + I
16S Bm 378 10 (2.6%) 42.0 6.9 11.7 39.4 11 0.2709 HKY + I Cox2 and Atp8rev [105]
Bp 378 7 (1.9%) 40.2 7.5 11.7 40.7 8 0.1388 TPM1uf
Cl4 Bm 397 24 (6%) 40.2 9.8 11.0 39.0 22 0.6735 TrN + I 16SF and 16SR [103]
Bp 396 24 (6.1%) 40.7 10.4 9.9 39.1 29 0.8850 TrN + G
Concatenated Bm 1570 86 (5.4%) 36.8 10.8 10.1 42.2 94 0.9677 - -
Bp 1569 71 (4.5%) 37.3 11.1 9.5 42.1 72 0.9501 - -
  1. COI: Cytochrome C oxidase I; CytB: Cytochrome B; 16S: large ribosomal RNA subunit; Cl4: cluster 4 of tRNA (covering a region of COII and ATPase 8 genes and tRNAlys and tRNAasp); sp.: species; h: number of haplotypes; Hd: haplotype diversity; Model: nucleotide substitution model