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Table 2 Identified long-distance dispersers at the sampling sites of Hipparchia semele

From: Occasional long-distance dispersal may not prevent inbreeding in a threatened butterfly

ID (Sex) Sampling location Putative origin P-value Dispersal distance (km) Direction
WEH07 (m) WEH ZWI 0.028 61 C → C
SGD05 (f) SGD SLD 0.033 8 C → C
TLM23 (f) TLM ZWI 0.006 142 C → I
KAH14 (m) KAH ZWI 0.028 75 C → I
WEH05 (f) WEH BAL 0.029 188 I → C
NIR12 (m) NIR TLM 0.000 26 I → I
KDM27 (f) KDM TLM 0.002 13 I → I
BBH07 (m) BBH KLB 0.005 32 I → I
SCB28 (f) SCB HHH 0.006 36 I → I
TLM01 (f) TLM MZP 0.006 22 I → I
ZBN08 (f) ZBN KAH 0.008 69 I → I
WEV14 (f) WEV NIR 0.017 21 I → I
ZBN28 (m) ZBN TLM 0.017 6 I → I
KLB04 (m) KLB SCB 0.034 7 I → I
TEW14 (m) TEW NIR 0.047 39 I → I
BBH09 (m) BBH NIR 0.048 32 I → I
  1. Results of assignment test using the Bayesian method in GENECLASS2. The individual identifier (ID) with its sex, sampling location, the most likely population of origin, the probability (p-value), the assumed dispersal distance in km and the direction of the dispersal event (C = coastal, I = inland) are given. Dispersal events with p-value ≤ 0.01 are indicated in bold