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Table 1 Sampling locations of Rediviva longimanus populations

From: Small and genetically highly structured populations in a long-legged bee, Rediviva longimanus, as inferred by pooled RAD-seq

Code Location Latitude Longitude N x̄ abs. FLL SD x̄ rel. FLL SD
AP* Biedouw Valley 32° 14′ 76.7” 19°18′ 47.0” 11 20.62 0.86 7.36 0.20
LC* Keiskie-Mountain 31° 45′ 45.6” 19° 50′ 21.4” 24 18.02 0.52 6.56 0.20
LF* Farm Papkuilsfontain 31° 33′ 32.0’ 19° 10′ 46.5” 22 18.95 0.43 6.87 0.25
LI* Farm Avontuur 31° 16′ 14.3” 19° 02′ 53.9” 28 18.82 0.63 6.80 0.22
LA Flower Reserve 31° 21′ 55.9” 19° 08′ 34.9” 29 18.45 0.52 6.73 0.18
LB Hantam Botanical Garden 31° 24′ 23.7” 19° 09′ 03.8” 23 18.81 0.50 6.81 0.18
LG Nieuwoudtville Waterfall 31° 19′ 28.1’ 19° 07′ 50.8” 33 18.55 0.61 6.78 0.19
  1. Population labels indicated with an asterisk correspond to the population pools used for analyses of population genetic structure and FLL outlier identification. Samples from these and additional populations were used to generate the leg pools to test for differentiation with respect to leg morphology as well as to identify candidate loci for leg length. For each sampled population, the geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude), sample size (N of females) and the mean absolute (x̄ abs. FLL) and relative (x̄ rel. FLL, see text for definition of relative) FLL with their corresponding standard deviations (SD) are given