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Table 3 Genetic variation at the eight microsatellite loci for the two P. downsi populations inferred from cluster analysis in GENELAND.

From: Genetic variation in the invasive avian parasite, Philornis downsi (Diptera, Muscidae) on the Galápagos archipelago

  Santa Cruz and Isabela Floreana
Locus A Ho/He F is 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
  1. 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.