Skip to main content

Advertisement

Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 1

From: Patterns of genetic divergence among populations of Aedes aegypti L. (Diptera: Culicidae) in the southeastern USA

Fig. 1

Aedes aegypti collection sites and genetic structure using microsatellite loci (K = 2). a Black circles represent cities in which no Ae. aegypti were collected. White circles represent cities in which Ae. aegypti were collected, but the sample size was too low to include in the analysis. Pie charts represent a population of Ae. aegypti at the city level and the proportion of each color within pie charts corresponds to the mean proportion of ancestry attributable to two theoretic genetic clusters. Mean proportion of ancestry is the average cluster membership of each population for 20 STRUCTURE runs. Grey lines on the map correspond to annual average daily traffic (AADT), symbolized by intensity of line color. The blue line corresponds to Interstate Highway 95 (I-95) and the yellow line corresponds to Interstate Highway 75 (I-75). Traffic and boundary lines are reprinted from Florida Department of Transportation (https://www.fdot.gov/statistics/gis/), the Georgia Department of Transportation (http://www.dot.ga.gov/DS/Data), the South Carolina Department of Transportation (http://info2.scdot.org/sites/GIS) and the National Transportation Research Center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (https://cta.ornl.gov/transnet/Boundaries.html), accessed 18 Feb 2019. b The visual output from STRUCTURE with a K = 2. Each vertical bar represents an individual and the proportion of each color represents the proportion of ancestry attributable to two theoretic genetic clusters. Dotted lines separate discrete sampling locations within a city

Back to article page