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Table 1 MtDNA haplotypes, encoded repeats of the RS-3 region

From: Genetic insights into dispersal distance and disperser fitness of African lions (Panthera leo) from the latitudinal extremes of the Kruger National Park, South Africa

  DNA sequence
Reference (Serengeti) efb|ba2|ba2|ba2|ba5|c-|a8|a13|-|-|-|cg
Northern Kruger
Ind nr Sex Age yr Social group H nr  
1 M 3 I 1 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba |cd|a8| a7 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
2 F 3 K&F 1 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba |cd|a8| a7 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
3 F1 7 G 2 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba3 |cd|a8| a3 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
4 F 6 C 3 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a3 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
5 F 6 K&F 3 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a3 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
6 F 4 K&F 3 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a3 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
7 F 5 K&F 4 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a4 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
8 F 7 G 4 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a4 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
9 F 14 G 4 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |c?|a8| a4 |b2| c2 | c2 |cg
10 F 4 Q 5 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4?a |cd|a8| a2 |b2| c2 | c3 |cg
11 M 1.2 R 6 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| - |b2| c2 | - |cg
12 M 6 K&F 6 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| - |b2| c2 | - |cg
13 F 4 Q 7 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba5 |cd|a8| - |b2| c2 | - |cg
14 F 6 Q 7 efb|ba2|ba?a|ba2| ba5 |??|a8| - |b2| c2 | - |cg
15 M 7 C 8 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba7 |cd|a8| - |b2| c2 | - |cg
16 F 8 Q 8 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba7 |cd|a8| - |b2| c2 | - |cg
Southern Kruger
Ind nr Sex Age yr Social group H nr  
Sabi Sands
17 M 2.5 Hb# 9 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a12 |-| - | - |cg
18 M 2 Hb# 10 efb|ba2|ba2|ba2| ba4 |cd|a8| a15 |-| - | - |cg
South of Sabie River
19 M 4.5 J# 11 efb|ba2| ba2 |-aba| a2 |b3|?|a2| a | b | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
20 F 3 EX-A 12 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a | b | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
21 F 10 B 12 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a | b | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
22 F 5 EX-A 13 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a2 | b | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
23 F 2.5 EX-A 14 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a3 | b | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
24 M 6 Single# 14 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a3 | ? | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
25 F 12 D 15 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a4 | b | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
26 F 3 B 16 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a3 | - | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
27 F 3 B 16 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| - |b3|b|a2| a3 | - | ba |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
28 F 10 Single# 17 efb|ba2| -aba |-aba| a4 |b3|b|a2| a3 | b | b2 |a5|b|a2|b|a3|b3|a|cg
  1. A = TACACG; b = TACACACG; c = TATACACG; d = TACGCACG, e = TATACGCG, f = CACATGTG, g = TATACACATG. Numbers indicate number of repeats, eg. ba2 = baba. 1: one parent was probably a long-distance disperser according to Structure analysis, locally polymorphic sites are underlined, ?: missing data, −: gap, #: non-territorial individual. Reference sequence: Ple181–1 in [40]