Separated by sand, fused by dropping water: habitat barriers and fluctuating water levels steer the evolution of rock-dwelling cichlid populations in Lake Tanganyika
Article first published online: 22 APR 2011
© 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Volume 20, Issue 11, pages 2272–2290, June 2011
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KOBLMÜLLER, S., SALZBURGER, W., OBERMÜLLER, B., EIGNER, E., STURMBAUER, C. and SEFC, K. M. (2011), Separated by sand, fused by dropping water: habitat barriers and fluctuating water levels steer the evolution of rock-dwelling cichlid populations in Lake Tanganyika. Molecular Ecology, 20: 2272–2290. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05088.x
- Issue published online: 18 MAY 2011
- Article first published online: 22 APR 2011
- Received 21 September 2010; revision received 15 February 2011; accepted 23 February 2011
Table S1 Estimates of actual differentiation, DEST (Jost 2008), based on nine microsatellite loci (above diagonal) and mtDNA (below diagonal)
Table S2 Maximum likelihood estimates of the parameters for the effective population sizes of the ancestral (θA) and the daughter populations (θ1, θ2), migration rates (m21, m12), and population divergence time (T) inferred with IMa. Values in parentheses represent the interval of the 90% highest posterior density (HPD).
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