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Table 3 Mantel test results between sibship and distance in week of ascendance for ascending trouts between 2006–2016 and between Julian date of seaward migration for 2017 smolt run

From: Long-term monitoring of a brown trout (Salmo trutta) population reveals kin-associated migration patterns and contributions by resident trout to the anadromous run

Sample N % Fullsib % Halfsib % Nonrelated Mantel’s r P
2006 47 0.65 5.92 93.43 0.112 0.0040
2007 12 1.52 10.61 87.88 0.225 0.0425
2008 27 0.28 4.84 94.87 0.092 0.0400
2009 43 0.00 3.32 96.68 0.023 0.2229
2010
2011 19 0.58 5.85 93.57 -0.007 0.5484
2012 7 4.76 19.05 76.19 0.182 0.1864
2013 17 1.47 5.88 92.65 -0.004 0.4909
2014 27 2.85 4.56 92.59 -0.025 0.6676
2015 56 1.36 4.29 94.35 0.055 0.0405
2016 44 1.90 3.07 95.03 -0.010 0.5978
smolt 2017 815 0.96 3.33 95.7 0.027 0.0002
  1. Only individuals that were found to have kin within the samples were kept
  2. N: number of individuals that had kins within the sample, %…: percentage of the total matrix that were full, halfsib or non related pair of individuals, Mantel’s r: Pearson correlation between the two matrices, P: p-value for the test. In 2010, no ascenders were found to be related so the Mantel test could not be conducted