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Table 1 Host species used in the present study, the total number of host individuals analysed, and specimens (N) per host species, with their respective locality abbreviations, municipalities and states, geographical coordinates, heights in metres above sea level (m.a.s.l.), and locality descriptions

From: Population genetic structure and phenotypic diversity of Aspidodera raillieti (Nematoda: Heterakoidea), a parasite of Didelphini marsupials in Brazil’s South and Southeast Atlantic Forest

Host species N host
N Locality Municipality, state Geographical coordinates Height (m.a.s.l.) Locality description
D. aurita 3 1 CAR-ES Cariacica, Espírito Santo 20° 16′ 28″ S, 40° 30′ 25″ W 471 Duas Bocas Biological Reserve—Atlantic Forest area characterized by a submontane dense ombrophilous vegetation and areas with human activities (fishing and agriculture) within and around the reserve
D. aurita 12 3 PET-RJ Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro 22° 29′ 09″ S, 43° 07′ 11″ W 1102 Serra dos Órgãos National Park—a preserved forest area and one of the most important remnants of the Atlantic Forest in Brazil, characterized by a Montane Atlantic Forest of dense ombrophilous vegetation
D. aurita 5 4 RIO-RJ Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro 22° 56′ 22″ S, 43° 24′ 14″ W 20 FIOCRUZ Atlantic Forest Biological Station—an urban–sylvatic interface environment including peridomicile and disturbed forest areas in the buffer zone of the Pedra Branca State Park, the largest forest reserve in an urban region in the Americas
D. aurita 27 7 PTY-RJ Paraty, Rio de Janeiro 23° 07′ 15″ S, 44° 43′ 52″ W 123 Juatinga Ecological Reserve—a preserved forest area considered an important remnant of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest located on the southern coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro between mountain ranges
D. albiventris 4 2 SGS-MG São Gonçalo do Sapucaí, Minas Gerais 21° 59′ 40″ S, 45° 36′ 26″ W 914 Ribeiros district—Atlantic Forest area characterized by montane seasonal semi-deciduous forest vegetation. Fragments of preserved primary and secondary vegetation immersed in an extensive anthropic matrix, in addition to areas with different types of agricultural and livestock production
D. aurita 10 2 CUR-PR Curitiba, Paraná 25° 33′ 19″ S, 49° 1′ 06″ W 924 Barigui Park, Botanical Garden, Zoo—small fragments of altered primary vegetation or secondary vegetation of subtropical forests with araucaria and some preserved areas in and around the city
D. albiventris 11 3
P. quica 11 4 SAI-SC Santo Amaro da Imperatriz, Santa Catarina 27° 52′ 27″ S, 48° 48′ 52″ W 200 Serra do Tabuleiro State Park—areas of dense ombrophilous vegetation with continuous canopy cover, semi-open understorey, predominance of medium-sized trees, and presence of watercourses
D. albiventris 16 4 POA-RS Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul 30° 04′ 17″ S, 51° 07′ 28″ W 84 Vila Laranjeiras, Morro do Santana, Morro da Polícia and Campus UFRGS—peridomicile areas near forest fragments in the urban region of the city