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Table 1 Information about the sampling of threespine stickleback, and the number used for various analyses

From: Contemporary ancestor? Adaptive divergence from standing genetic variation in Pacific marine threespine stickleback

Site name Water body State/ Province Latitude Longitude N N > 30 mm N morph N pstacks
CA01 Elkhorn Slough California 36°49’45N 121°44’07W 35 35 35 29
CA02 Doran Park California 38°18’52N 123°01’55W 50 48 48 28
CA03 Arcata Marsh California 40°51’23N 124°05’24W 50 46 44 28
OR01 South Slough Oregon 43°17’35N 124°19’26W 51 20 20 29
OR02 Tillamook Bay Oregon 45°28’52N 123°53’49W 50 50 48 30
WA01 Little Clam Bay Washington 47°34’32N 122°32’43W 50 0 0 25
BC01 Bamfield Inlet British Columbia 48°49’55N 125°08’17W 51 51 48 31
AK01 Swikshak Lagoon Alaska 58°37’14N 153°44’44W 31 31 29 24
BCFW Brannen Lake British Columbia 49°12’54N 124°03’16W 15 NA NA 15
  1. N represents the total number captured. N > 30 mm is the total number used for plate counts. N morph is the number > 30 mm that were used for 3-D morphometrics. N pstacks is the number of individuals included in the sequencing run that passed the process_radtags filter (see text)