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Table 1 Genetic differentiation among putative subpopulations of Nasonia vitripennis in the park of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany

From: The emergence of ecotypes in a parasitoid wasp: a case of incipient sympatric speciation in Hymenoptera?

Putative
Subpopulations
FIS FST p GIS ST p
Inbreeding lines within habitat subpopulations 0.318    0.330   
Nest–carrion   0.011 0.065   0.032 0.002**
Inbreeding lines within ms-subpopulations (k = 3) 0.355    0.406   
 ms-subpopulations 1–2   0.030 0.002**   0.173 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 1–3   0.120 0.001***   0.536 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 2–3   0.142 0.002**   0.531 0.002**
Inbreeding lines within ms-subpopulations (k = 5) 0.354    0.413   
 ms-subpopulations 1–3   0.186 0.003**   0.705 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 1–4   0.261 0.005**   0.809 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 1–5   0.215 0.001***   0.771 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 3–4   0.093 0.001***   0.420 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 3–5   0.064 0.001***   0.349 0.002**
 ms-subpopulations 4–5   0.129 0.001***   0.601 0.002**
  1. Subpopulations are based on microhabitats (nest vs. carrion) or on a population analysis with STRUCTURE v2.3.4 using microsatellites (“ms-subpopulations”) [144]. FIS, GIS, FST [150,151,152], GʹST [153, 154] and p-values were calculated using GenAlEx [148, 149]