Additional file 5: Figure S2. of An integrative approach to phylogeography: investigating the effects of ancient seaways, climate, and historical geology on multi-locus phylogeographic boundaries of the Arboreal Salamander (Aneides lugubris)
Sean Reilly
Ammon Corl
David Wake
10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3643355_D1.v1
https://springernature.figshare.com/articles/Additional_file_5_Figure_S2_of_An_integrative_approach_to_phylogeography_investigating_the_effects_of_ancient_seaways_climate_and_historical_geology_on_multi-locus_phylogeographic_boundaries_of_the_Arboreal_Salamander_Aneides_lugubris_/4465220
STRUCTURE Harvester results from a comparison of K = 1 to K = 10 with ten replicates per population scheme. a) The Delta K value is based on the rate of change in the log probability of the data between successive values of the number of set populations (K) from 1–10. The largest Delta K value represents the most likely number of populations. b) The mean estimate of Ln P(D). c) The absolute value of the 2nd order rate of change of the likelihood distribution (mean). d) The rate of change of the likelihood distribution (mean). (DOC 157 kb)
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Amphibians
Biogeography
California
Mitochondrial DNA
Nuclear loci