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Table 2 Genetic diversity measures for Hypogeophis rostratus

From: The roles of vicariance and isolation by distance in shaping biotic diversification across an ancient archipelago: evidence from a Seychelles caecilian amphibian

  Island
Island Mahe Silhouette Ste. Anne La Digue Frégate Praslin Curieuse
Mahe 0.1897 0.0262 0.0349 0.2724 0.1606 0.4350 0.3786
Silhoutte 0.00026 0.1757 0.0514 0.2800 0.1814 0.4291 0.3749
Ste. Anne 0.00243 0.00188 0.1652 0.2783 0.1857 0.4326 0.3590
La Digue 0.03237 0.03247 0.03333 0.0963 0.1113 0.1916 0.1851
Frégate 0.03728 0.03704 0.03790 0.00495 0.1181 0.4291 0.3749
Praslin 0.03728 0.03704 0.03790 0.00495 0.00571 0.0417 0.0611
Curieuse 0.03776 0.03752 0.03838 0.00543 0.00048 0.00619 0.0628
  1. Genetic diversity measures for Hypogeophis rostratus within and between islands. Values on the diagonal are within-island average dissimilarity based on AFLP markers for 274 individuals. Values above the diagonal are Nei’s (1978) genetic distance (d) based on AFLPs, and values below the diagonal are the net number of substitutions per site (Da) between islands