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Table 2 Pairwise comparisons of the most frequent multi- and single-locus genotypes between different parthenogenetic forms of Darevskia. Heterozygous genotypes are highlighted in bold

From: Genotypic similarities among the parthenogenetic Darevskia rock lizards with different hybrid origins

species pair / trio loci in genotype alleles in genotype frequency first species frequency second species Prob. of random coincidence a
armeniaca - dahli Du183 189–193 0.677 0.875 4.610−6
Du47 278–286
Du323 185–213
bendimahiensis-sapphirina Du161 391–391 0.5 0.733 1.8310−7
Du183 193–201
Du47 282–282
Du323 217–217
Du215 204–220
armeniaca-uzzelli (1) Du255 204–204 0.5 0.176 1.7110−3
Du215 192–192
armeniaca-uzzelli (2) Du255 204–204 0.55 0.118 5.7310−4
Du418 140–140
unisexualis-rostombekowi Du161 395–395 0.074 0.263 410−7
Du418 136–136
Du47 282–282
unisexualis-rostombekowi Du161 391–391 0.815 0.737 3.0310−4
Du418 136–136
frequent genotypes shared between three species
sapphirina-rostombekowi-bendimahiensis Du47 282–282 fixed in all three species 4.14 × 10−3
armeniaca-unisexualis-rostombekowi Du418 136–136 0.138; 1; 1 3.28 10−4
dahli-uzzelli-sapphirina Du161 399–399 0.680; 0.353; 0.267 1.17 × 10−3
dahli-uzzelli-bendimahiensis Du418 144–144 0.267; 0.667; 0.625 1.79 × 10−2
  1. a Probability of random coincidence between two or three parthenogens is calculated on the assumption of random union of the respective parental genotypes during hybridization using current allele frequencies from presumed parental spp