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Table 2 Number of COI-COII haplotypes classified by evolutionary lineages and DraI profile for each island or continental population

From: Large-scale mitochondrial DNA analysis of native honey bee Apis mellifera populations reveals a new African subgroup private to the South West Indian Ocean islands

  La Réunion Mauritius Rodrigues Mahé Praslin La Digue Grande Comore Anjouan Mohéli Mayotte Madagascar Egypt Senegal Chad CAF São Tomé Gabon Uganda Tanzania Malawi Zimbabwe Mozambique South Africa Portugal Spain France Germany Switzerland Italy Greece
AI A1 3 2   3 1 1 4 3 1 5 13   1   4   1   3 3   3 1 1       
A4 2 2          2   2 2 4 2 1   1   5   10        
A6               1                 
A64            1                    
A65   1                             
A66                 1        1        
A67                   1             
Z2      1 1                         
Z Z7             1                   
A11                         2 1      
AIII A14                         1       
A16                         2       
M3                              1 SS
M4 1                          2     
M M6                           2     
M7   1                            1  
M7’                          1 1    1  
M80                           1     
C C1   1 2                        1   1 1  
C2 4 1 1                        1 3    1
  Total haplotype 10 8 3 3 2 2 4 3 1 5 16 1 3 3 8 3 2 1 4 2 5 3 12 6 2 8 3 1 4 1
  Private A 2 2   2 1a 2 1   3 12 1 2 2 4 2 2 1 1   3 1 9 4        
  Private M   1                        4    2   
  Private C    1                        1     
  1. aFor Praslin and La Digue, one haplotype was considered private to both islands (Z2_SEY1)