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Table 1 Genetic diversity indices, test of selective neutrality, goodness-of-fit-test

From: Genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of tsetse flies of the palpalis group in Congo Brazzaville based on mitochondrial cox1 gene sequences

Population No. of sequences
(No. of haplotypes)
S Pi Hd Neutrality test Goodness-of-fit
Tajima’s D Fu’s Fs SSD Hrag
Bouemba 88 (9) 0.9882 0.0022 0.5815 − 1.13378 (P = 0.13) − 3.22268 (P = 0.086) 0.00224 (P = 0.568) 0.05537 (P = 0.706)
Talangai 87 (21) 6.8209 0.0152 0.8062 − 2.76701 (P< 0.0001) − 1.05260 (P = 0.420) 0.01219 (P = 0.778) 0.02424 (P = 0.866)
Bomassa 88 (25) 7.0867 0.0158 0.8602 − 2.64837 (P <0.0001) − 2.86023 (P = 0.2180) 0.02735 (P = 0.178) 0.06618 (P = 0.115)
  1. Note: Tajima’s D, significance of P < 0.01 is highlighted in bold. Number of haplotypes and Tajima’s D, Fu’s Fs, SSD and Hrag P-values are in parentheses
  2. Abbreviations: S, number of segregating sites; Pi, nucleotide diversity; Hd, haplotype diversity; SSD, sum of squared deviation between the observed and expected distribution of pairwise differences; Hrag, Harpending’s raggedness index (non-significant, data have relatively good fit to a model of population expansion) and a ragged distribution suggests that the lineage was widespread