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Table 3
- Genetic variation in the invasive avian parasite, Philornis downsi (Diptera, Muscidae) on the Galápagos archipelago

Genetic variation at the eight microsatellite loci for the two P. downsi populations inferred from cluster analysis in GENELAND.

  Santa Cruz and Isabela
Floreana
 

Locus
A
Ho/He
Fis
A
Ho/He
Fis

Pd1
4.0
0.63/0.71
0.038
4.0
0.71/0.71
0.091
Pd2
3.0
0.46/0.57
0.114
3.0
0.68/0.66
0.091
Pd4
4.0
0.67/0.69
0.105
3.0
0.64/0.67
0.037
Pd6
5.0
0.68/0.72
0.090
4.0
0.73/0.72
-0.012
Pd7
3.0
0.56/0.67
0.131
3.0
0.73/0.66
0.037
Pd8
4.0
0.48/0.55
0.023
4.0
0.61/0.52
0.034
Pd9
3.0
0.67/0.64
-0.083
3.0
0.68/0.61
-0.094
Pd10
3.0
0.57/0.61
0.186
3.0
0.68/0.59
-0.154
Mulitlocus
3.6
0.59/0.65
0.074
3.6
0.67/0.65
0.005

Sample size is 62 for the Santa Cruz and Isabela cluster and 76 for the Floreana cluster for all loci. A: allelic richness (estimated for a sample size of 75 individuals); Ho:observed heterozygosity; He: expected heterozygosity; Fis (inbreeding coefficients) were calculated after Weir and Cockerham [40]. None of the loci had a significant heterozygote deficiency or excess after sequential Bonferroni correction.


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