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Table 5 Biodiversity analysis for the eleven Greek Aegean islands and different altitude ranges

From: Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in the Greek Aegean Islands: ecological approaches

Island Richness (R) a Diversity (Shannon Entropy) Evenness (H/lnS) Simpson dominance
H (nat) H (bit) SD SD (unbiased-finite samples)
Anafi 4 0.278 0.402 0.173 0.891 0.890
Andros 5 1.079 1.557 0.671 0.443 0.436
Folegandros 3 0.683 0.986 0.622 0.630 0.583
Ikaria 6 1.095 1.508 0.612 0.407 0.404
Karpathos 4 0.445 0.642 0.321 0.759 0.758
Leros 6 1.252 1.806 0.699 0.371 0.368
Milos 8 1.666 2.404 0.802 0.223 0.213
Nisyros 7 1.557 2.246 0.869 0.245 0.244
Patmos 7 1.208 1.743 0.621 0.454 0.449
Santorini 4 1.116 1.610 0.805 0.398 0.352
Sifnos 4 1.139 1.643 0.708 0.371 0.367
Total evaluation 9 1.533 2.212 0.698 0.276 0.276
Altitude (masl)
0–100 9 1.311 1.891 0.597 0.364 0.363
101–200 8 1.628 2.349 0.783 0.239 0.239
201–300 8 1.439 2.076 0.692 0.290 0.288
301–400 6 1.356 1.957 0.757 0.304 0.302
401–500 5 1.109 1.389 0.814 0.315 0.294
501–600 4 0.725 1.045 0.523 0.570 0.567
601–700 0 0 0 0 0 0
  1. aOnly identified species were summed