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Table 3 Genetic diversity for each biogeographic region of Poeciliopsis infans based on mitochondrial DNA data (cytb and coxI)

From: Evolving in the highlands: the case of the Neotropical Lerma live-bearing Poeciliopsis infans (Woolman, 1894) (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae) in Central Mexico

cytbcoxI
Biogeographic region N S H π h
Magdalena 15–12 1–0 2–1 0.000–0.000 0.133–0.000
Ameca 37–30 18–5 9–3 0.001–0.001 0.752–0.427
Middle Lerma 3–3 3–0 3–1 0.001–0.000 1.000–0.000
San Marcos (Sayula) 13–14 3–1 4–2 0.000–0.000 0.525–0.362
Atotonilco (Sayula) 9–9 34–0 2–1 0.006–0.000 0.220–0.000
Sayula (Sayula) 15–17 4–2 5–3 0.001–0.000 0.695–0.227
Cuitzeo 15–16 8–2 6–3 0.001–0.000 0.819–0.241
Patzcuaro 14–14 0–0 1–1 0.000–0.000 0.000–0.000
Zacapu 21–22 8–2 6–2 0.001–0.000 0.557–0.173
Etzatlan-San Marcos 19–16 7–0 7–1 0.000–0.000 0.608–0.000
Chapala 19–17 2–0 3–1 0.000–0.000 0.292–0.000
Balsas 5–5 0–0 1–1 0.000–0.000 0.000–0.000
Cotija 11–9 0–0 1–1 0.000–0.000 0.000–0.000
Verde 19–21 9–9 2–3 0.002–0.004 0.280–0.620
Grande de Santiago (before SJ) 12–11 3–1 3–2 0.000–0.000 0.547–0.388
Grande de Santiago (after SJ) 10–11 2–1 3–2 0.000–0.000 0.375–0.250
Lower Lerma 13–13 3–4 2–3 0.000–0.001 0.282–0.410
  1. N, sample size, S, polymorphic sites, H, number of haplotypes, π, nucleotide diversity h, haplotype diversity. SJ = Salto de Juanacatlan