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Table 4 Sequence divergence of lineages obtained from corvids of southwest Germany and lineages obtained from GenBank

From: Carrion crows (Corvus corone) of southwest Germany: important hosts for haemosporidian parasites

Cytochrome b sequence (0–1063 bp)
Group Mean between-group distance No. of lineages Mean within-group
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
(1) Pp_L2, Cc_L1, Cc_L3, Cc_L5 – L7         6 0.0021
(2) Cc_L2, Cc_L4 0.04        2 0.001
(3) L. fringillinarum (FJ168564.1) 0.038 0.05       1
(4) H. minutus (DQ630013.1), H. pallidus (DQ630005.1) 0.223 0.216 0.213      2 0.00244
(5) Cc_H 0.238 0.225 0.228 0.029     1
(6) P. lutzi (KC138226.1), Cc_P2 0.22 0.217 0.22 0.094 0.099    2 0.0056
(7) P. relictum (LN835311.1), Cc_P1, Cc_Pp_P 0.225 0.221 0.22 0.088 0.048 0.048   3 0.00046
(8) Pp_L1 0.315 0.313 0.3 0.346 0.365 0.369 0.353 1
  1. Mean sequence divergence between and within different groups of Haemosporida determined after phylogenetic tree calculated for a 1063 bp fragment of cytochrome busing MEGA v6