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Table 2 Inferred intra and interspecific pairwise-distances for CO1 and psbA by sampling locality.

From: Some considerations for analyzing biodiversity using integrative metagenomics and gene networks

  n = CO1
sequences identity average
CO1
intra ESUs variation
CO1
inter ESUs variation
psbA
sequences identity average
psbA
intra ESUs variation
psbA
inter ESUs variation
Fiji 56 84.87% 0-3 bp
i < 0,0065
> 11 bp
j >0,023
89.64% 0-39 bp
i < 0,071
(£)
> 45 bp
j >0,083
New Caledonia 46 84.73% 0-7 bp
i < 0,015
> 16 bp
j >0,034
89.02% 0-20 bp
i < 0,036
> 48 bp
j >0,088
Vanuatu 34 83.19% 0-12 bp
i < 0,026
(£)
> 29 bp
j >0,062
87.93% 0-19 bp
i < 0,035
> 30 bp
j >0,015
(£)
Chesterfield 21 84.10% 0-1 bp
i < 0,0021
> 21 bp
j >0,045
89.94% 0-35 bp
i < 0,064
> 49 bp
j >0,090
Europe 14 84.73% 0-8 bp
i < 0,017
(£)
> 46 bp
j >0,099
89.42% 0-1 bp
i < 0,0018
> 22 bp
j >0,040
(£)
Morea (French Polynesia) 12 84.05% 0-1 bp
i < 0,0021
> 37 bp
j >0,080
88.46% 0-19 bp
i < 0,035
> 48 bp
j >0,088
Philippines 10 84.79% 0-12 bp
i < 0,026
(£)
> 48 bp
j >0,104
89.60% 0-2 bp
i < 0,0036
> 48 bp
j >0,088
Caribbean 6 87.58% 0-7 bp
i < 0,015
> 53 bp
j >0,114
90.40% 0-3 bp
i < 0,0055
> 42 bp
j >0,077
Indonesia 4 87.42% 1 bp
i < 0,0021
> 66 bp
j >0,143
89.30% 2 bp
i < 0,0036
> 64 bp
j >0,118
Global 206 83.17% 0-4 bp
i < 0,0087
> 7 bp
j >0,015
88.15% 0-36 bp
i < 0,066
> 37 bp
j >0,068
  1. For each locality, for n specimens, the table presents the average sequence identity, the inferred intraspecific (i) and interspecific (j) distances, without EM, and their corresponding variation in number of base pairs for the identified ESUs. Cells in bold indicates when intra- specific and inter-specific distances conflict, for a given marker, between different sites. Cells with a (£) indicates when intra-specific and inter-specific distances conflict, for a given marker, between a local site and the genetic threshold based on the global sampling.