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Table 2 Description of shared COI haplotypes and statistics of genetic polymorphisms for An. albimanus

From: Population structure analyses and demographic history of the malaria vector Anopheles albimanus from the Caribbean and the Pacific regions of Colombia

Population Haplotypes n S h Hd(SD) Pi(SD)
ACH A(3), C(9), F(2), 24 18 13 0.8551 +/- 0.065 0.0028 +/- 0.002
SRL A(10), C(2), F(2), G(1), N(1), 30 26 19 0.8920 +/- 0.052 0.0031 +/- 0.002
MON A(8), C(1), F(1), G(2), O(1), P(1) 29 27 20 0.9261 +/- 0.041 0.0030 +/- 0.002
TUR A(6), C(1), G(1), H(2), M(1), N(1), O(1), P(1) 29 28 22 0.9581 +/- 0.028 0.0038 +/- 0.002
Caribbean Region A(27), C(13), F(5), G(4), H(2), M(1), N(2), O(2), P(2) 112 58 61 0.9274 +/- 0.018 0.0035 +/- 0.002
NUQ B(8), D(4), E(2), H(2), K(2), L(1) 30 50 15 0.9103 +/- 0.037 0.0103 +/- 0.005
PIZ B(5), D(4), E(1), I(3), J(2), L(1) 24 42 14 0.9275 +/- 0.033 0.0097 +/- 0.005
BUE B(11), E(1), I(1), J(1), M(1) 30 42 15 0.8483 +/- 0.056 0.0088 +/- 0.005
TUM E(1), K(1), 24 33 19 0.9710 +/- 0.024 0.0078 +/- 0.004
Pacific Region B(24), D(8), E(5), H(2), I(4), J(3), K(3), L(2), M(1) 108 72 53 0.9396 +/- 0.016 0.0098 +/- 0.005
All localities - 220 107 112 0.9666 +/- 0.006 0.0152 +/- 0.007
  1. n, number of mosquitoes sequenced; S, number of segregating sites; h, number of haplotypes; Hd, haplotype diversity; Pi, nucleotide diversity; (SD), Standard deviation. Number in parentheses represents the frequency of each haplotype by region or locality. Underlined haplotypes are shared between Caribbean and Pacific populations.