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Table 1 Genetic diversity and inbreeding estimated for B. aquilonaris populations in four Belgian landscapes

From: Conservation genetics of a threatened butterfly: comparison of allozymes, RAPDs and microsatellites

Landscape Population N P95 He f A AR
μsat RAPD μsat RAPD μsat RAPD μsat μsat μsat
Tailles Grande Fange 26 19 1.000 0.895 0.514 0.388 0.063 3.667 1.406
Mirenne 25 21 0.933 0.842 0.481 0.352 -0.072 3.400 1.276
Grand Passage 15 15 1.000 0.789 0.544 0.337 0.125 3.867 1.445
Logbiermé 9 9 0.933 0.789 0.576 0.293 0.054 3.333 1.277
Pisserotte 8 8 0.933 0.895 0.505 0.355 0.130 3.200 1.289
Recogne Libin 19 14 0.867 0.684 0.466 0.276 -0.023 3.133 1.165
Saint-Hubert Pleine Hé 8 10 0.692 0.526 0.294 0.239 -0.131 2.154 NA
Hautes Fagnes Eichenbusch 2 6 0.800 0.684 0.500 0.284 0.000 2.067 0.888
Mean    0.895 0.763 0.485 0.315 0.018 3.103 1.250
SD    0.098 0.118 0.079 0.047 0.086 0.615 0.171
  1. μsat: microsatellite based estimates, RAPD: Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA based estimates, N: sample size, P95: number of polymorphic loci using the 95% criterion, He: unbiased expected heterozygosity, f: inbreeding coefficient, A: mean number of alleles per locus, AR: allelic richness. Bold values indicate statistical significance (P <0.05).