Evidence of recent and continuous speciation in a biodiversity hotspot: a population genetic approach in southern African gladioli (Gladiolus; Iridaceae)
Version of Record online: 23 AUG 2010
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Volume 19, Issue 21, pages 4765–4782, November 2010
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RYMER, P. D., MANNING, J. C., GOLDBLATT, P., POWELL, M. P. and SAVOLAINEN, V. (2010), Evidence of recent and continuous speciation in a biodiversity hotspot: a population genetic approach in southern African gladioli (Gladiolus; Iridaceae). Molecular Ecology, 19: 4765–4782. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2010.04794.x
- Issue online: 19 OCT 2010
- Version of Record online: 23 AUG 2010
- Received 7 August 2009; revision received 25 May 2010; accepted 14 June 2010
Table S1 The rotation of floral traits for principal components 1–3 and their importance from the PCA of the G. carinatus species complex
Table S2 Probability of AFLP loci falling outside the neutral genetic envelope across multiple comparisons
Fig. S1 Map of the point localities of records for the Gladiolus carinatus species complex within the CFR littoral, Western Cape, South Africa.
Fig. S2 Box and whisker plot (mean, SE, SD, outliers) of flowering time in days of the year for the Gladiolus carinatus species complex within the CFR littoral, Western Cape, South Africa.
Fig. S3 The results of the Structure analysis for neutral and selected loci among species and morphs.
Fig. S4 Partitioning of genetic variation within and among populations and morphs based on (A) 128 neutral and (B) 11 selected loci.
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