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Table 2
- Genetic variation in the invasive avian parasite, Philornis downsi (Diptera, Muscidae) on the Galápagos archipelago

Allele frequencies for eight microsatellite loci in P. downsi within two genetic clusters.

    Santa Cruz
and Isabela
Floreana

Pd1
315
0.319588
0.219512
  323
0.134021
0.256098
  325
0.154639
0.109756
  327
0.391753
0.414634
       
Pd2
230
0.273196
0.268293
  236
0.582474
0.439024
  240
0.14433
0.292683
       
Pd4
252
0.35567
0.304878
  254
0.298969
0.353659
  256
0.036082
0.02439
  258
0.309278
0.317073
       
Pd6
241
0.391753
0.390244
  251
0.221649
0.280488
  259
na
0.012195
  261
0.139175
0.109756
  263
0.247423
0.207317
       
Pd7
201
0.371134
0.439024
  207
0.27835
0.268293
  210
0.340206
0.292683
  213
0.010309
na
       
Pd8
349
0.139175
0.195122
  353
0.087629
0.04878
  357
0.134021
0.097561
  365
0.639175
0.658537
       
Pd9
194
0.324742
0.414634
  200
0.469072
0.45122
  217
0.206186
0.134146
       
Pd10
189
0.216495
0.329268
  191
0.231959
0.134146
  193
0.551546
0.536585

Clusters were inferred using landscape genetic analysis: Cluster 1 = Santa Cruz and Isabela Island (n = 62); Cluster 2 = Floreana Island (n = 76); na = not applicable because allele was absent.


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