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Table 2 Results of the ASAP species delimitation analysis

From: Widely used, short 16S rRNA mitochondrial gene fragments yield poor and erratic results in phylogenetic estimation and species delimitation of amphibians

Number of species ASAP score p-val (rank) W (rank) Threshold dist
Full
 31 2 2.00e−05 (2) 4.56e−04 (2) 0.077418
 36 4.5 7.56e−03 (4) 3.24e−04 (5) 0.04772
 59 8.5 1.42e−01 (7) 2.44e−04 (10) 0.014968
 32 11.5 1.04e−02 (5) 2.12e−04 (18) 0.069101
 26 13.5 1.00e−05 (1) 1.84e−04 (26) 0.094478
Medium
 37 2 7.51e−04 (3) 6.35e−04 (1) 0.039249
 36 2.5 1.10e−04 (2) 4.14e−04 (3) 0.06046
 39 9.5 5.08e−02 (8) 2.24e−04 (11) 0.034695
 27 10 1.00e−05 (1) 1.16e−04 (19) 0.086903
 39 10 6.60e−03 (7) 1.63e−04 (13) 0.032463
Short
 37 9 8.57e−04 (2) 2.26e−04 (16) 0.033333
 51 9.5 3.73e−01 (14) 3.99e−04 (5) 0.013921
 29 11 1.87e−03 (3) 2.18e−04 (19) 0.072876
 29 13.5 1.06e−01 (9) 2.23e−04 (18) 0.073809
 50 14 5.77e−01 (19) 3.38e−04 (9) 0.014268
  1. A lower ASAP score indicates a better species partition. The ASAP score is the average of ranks from the p-val and W parameters combined. p-val: probability of panmixia; W: relative gap width metric. See Puillandre et al. [42] for more details