Table 1 Summary of the population-level samples analysed and corresponding diversities calculated from a homologous 456-base region of cox1

From: On the comparison of population-level estimates of haplotype and nucleotide diversity: a case study using the gene cox1 in animals

Group Species n1 n2 Region h Range Mean h Median h π Range Mean π Median π Publication
Arachnida Rakaia denticulata 1 17 72–856 0.82353 NA NA 0.01993 NA NA Boyer et al. (2007)
Chordata Bradypus torquatus 2 33 43–673 0.00000–0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000–0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 Lara-Ruiz et al. (2008)
Chordata Microcosmus squamiger 11 237 28–601 0.51383–0.87446 0.65726 0.64069 0.00243–0.00825 0.00474 0.00432 Rius et al. (2008)
Crustacea Chorismus antarcticus 5 166 43–699 0.55749–0.63636 0.58419 0.57500 0.00145–0.00210 0.00175 0.00169 Raupach et al. (2010)
Crustacea Euphausia superba 9 504 103–1275 0.94026–0.98506 0.96205 0.96039 0.00971–0.01151 0.01053 0.01044 Goodall-Copestake et al. (2010)
Crustacea Halocaridina rubra 3 70 52–681 0.88333–0.92641 0.90768 0.91331 0.00395–0.00476 0.00447 0.00470 Santos (2006)
Crustacea Hemimysis margalefi 2 36 42–699 0.31373–0.74510 0.52942 0.52942 0.00073–0.00292 0.00183 0.00183 Lejeusne and Chevaldonné (2006)
Crustacea Melicertus kerathurus 5 93 100–593 0.42500–0.85000 0.65304 0.71429 0.00099–0.00395 0.00266 0.00272 Pellerito et al. (2009)
Crustacea Nematocarcinus lanceopes 3 127 43–699 0.87326–0.89524 0.88791 0.89524 0.00619–0.00752 0.00708 0.00752 Raupach et al. (2010)
Crustacea Palinurus elephas 11 227 134–632 0.36957–0.84211 0.57950 0.56209 0.00087–0.00329 0.00173 0.00159 Palero et al. (2008)
Crustacea Phycomenes zostericola 10 205 123–712 0.00000–0.96078 0.77998 0.86640 0.00000–0.00981 0.00665 0.00672 Haig et al. (2010)
Hexapoda Bombus ardens 3 54 42–699 0.00000–0.20468 0.10156 0.10000 0.00000–0.00046 0.00023 0.00022 Kim et al. (2009)
Hexapoda Papilio xuthus 1 18 42–699 0.66013 NA NA 0.00175 NA NA Jeong et al. (2009)
Hexapoda Pieris rapae 2 42 42–699 0.12500–0.73846 0.43173 0.43173 0.00055–0.00366 0.00211 0.00211 Jeong et al. (2009)
Mollusca Anomalocardia brasiliana 4 123 82–661 0.44598–0.83678 0.65866 0.67595 0.00191–0.00744 0.00462 0.00457 Arruda et al. (2009)
Mollusca Cellana exarata 6 139 88–699 0.00000–0.95789 0.66356 0.86410 0.00000–0.00445 0.00299 0.00398 Bird et al. (2007)
Mollusca Cellana sandwicensis 5 101 88–699 0.89610–0.95789 0.92705 0.92105 0.00382–0.00831 0.00541 0.00489 Bird et al. (2007)
Mollusca Cellana talcosa 4 87 88–699 0.44211–0.96842 0.79796 0.89065 0.00107–0.00647 0.00426 0.00476 Bird et al. (2007)
Mollusca Cerithidea djadjariensis 5 100 61–1077 0.00000–0.52105 0.26631 0.35263 0.00000–0.00114 0.00064 0.00083 Kojima et al. (2008)
Mollusca Concholepas concholepas 14 337 42–699 0.68571–0.89667 0.81890 0.82676 0.00276–0.00532 0.00397 0.00399 Cárdenas et al. (2009)
Mollusca Mya arenaria 10 192 42–699 0.00000–0.47619 0.25587 0.26805 0.00000–0.00117 0.00062 0.00063 Strasser and Barber (2009)
Mollusca Patella rustica 5 75 58–707 0.56190–0.72381 0.65143 0.63810 0.00163–0.00217 0.00182 0.00167 Ribeiro et al. (2010)
Porifera Chondrilla nucula 6 93 76–659 0.00000–0.63810 0.35034 0.38852 0.00000–0.00727 0.00313 0.00221 Duran and Rützler (2006)
NA All samples 127 3076 NA 0.00000–0.98506 0.63388 0.70130 0.00000–0.01993 0.00388 0.00356 NA
  1. Abbreviations: h, haplotype diversity; n1, number of unambiguously reconstructed data sets; n2, total number of individuals; NA, not applicable; π, nucleotide diversity; Region, original DNA region sequenced relative to cox1 in accession NC_010967.
  2. Note: Mya arenaria contained a three base insertion not found in the other species.