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Molecular data and species distribution models reveal the Pleistocene history of the mayfly Ameletus inopinatus (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae)1
Article first published online: 4 SEP 2011
© 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Volume 56, Issue 12, pages 2554–2566, December 2011
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THEISSINGER, K., BÁLINT, M., HAASE, P., JOHANNESEN, J., LAUBE, I. and PAULS, S. U. (2011), Molecular data and species distribution models reveal the Pleistocene history of the mayfly Ameletus inopinatus (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae). Freshwater Biology, 56: 2554–2566. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02681.x
- Issue published online: 13 OCT 2011
- Article first published online: 4 SEP 2011
- (Manuscript accepted 27 July 2011)
Appendix S1. Species distribution modelling.
Appendix S2. Significance of Exact tests of population differentiation (ETPD) among the 13 mountain ranges 105 (without PI). One hundred and six Mountain ranges are presented from West to East. PE, Pennines; WA, Western Alps; JM, Jura Mountains; VM, Vosges Mountains; BF, 107 Black Forest; TF, Thuringian Forest; EG, Erzgebirge; BM, Bohemian Massif; EA, Eastern Alps; HT, High Tatra; BK, Beskides; SM, 108 Sudety Mountains; FS, Fennoscandia.
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