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Table 2 Species bearing divergent COI lineages

From: Filling the gap - COI barcode resolution in eastern Palearctic birds

Species NJ MOTU n Bootstrap Dist Phyl Bio Ref
Falco columbarius ? * 1/4 -/99 2.29 P/N A  
Gallinula chloropus ? * 1/6 -/99 3.45 P/N A [29]
Charadrius alexandrinus * * 4/3 99/99 7.53 P/N A  
Tringa totanus *   3/3 99/99 0.87 E/W A [35]
Numenius phaeopus ? * 5/1 99/- 3.57 P/N A [19]
Limosa limosa ? * 4/1 99/- 2.27 E/W P  
Thalasseus sandvicensis * * 2/6 98/99 3.78 P/N A [81]
Streptopelia orientalis ? * 5/2 99/94 2.14 Sak P  
Asio otus ?   4/5 99/94 1.10 P/N A  
Aegolius funereus ? * 1/3 -/99 4.13 P/N A [82]
Caprimulgus europaeus ? * 3/1 99/- 2.97 Cau A  
Dendrocopos major ? * 4/1 99/- 2.71 Sak A [66]
Alauda arvensis * * 1/4/5 99/99/99 6.02 E/W, Sak A/P  
Delichon dasypus ? * 1/1/2 -/-/99 3.58   S  
Anthus rubescens * * 6/2 99/99 2.46 P/N A [19]
Motacilla flava   * 2/1 87/- 5.57 E/W A [23]
Troglodytes troglodytes * * 3/8/1/5/2 99/99/-/99/99 3.70 E/W, Cau
P/N
A [22]
Erithacus rubecula ? * 6/1 99/- 4.66 Cau A  
Luscinia megarhynchos ? * 1/2 -/99 2.56 Cau A  
Muscicapa sibirica ? * 6/1 99/- 2.85 Sak A  
Phoenicurus auroreus * * 2/3 99/99 2.36 E/W A  
Phoenicurus ochruros * * 3/2/1 99/99/- 3.66 E/W, Cau A  
Phoenicurus phoenicurus * * 2/4 99/99 5.20   S [29]
Saxicola maurus ? * 7/1 99/- 7.91 E/W A [83]
Cettia diphone * * 10/2 99/97 3.03 Sak A  
Phylloscopus borealis * * 8/6 99/99 3.59 Sak A [31]
Phylloscopus trochiloides * * 4/4 99/99 4.39 E/W A [84]
Sylvia curruca * * 6/3 99/99 5.56 E/W A  
Urosphena squameiceps ? * 4/1 99/- 2.09 Sak A  
Regulus regulus * * 7/3 99/99 3.69 E/W A [85]
Parus major * * 6/7 99/99 2.59 E/W A [28, 86]
Periparus ater * * 8/3 99/99 4.43 Cri A [29]
Sitta europaea ? * 1/10/1/1 -/99/-/- 2.91 E/W, Cau, Yak A [26]
Certhia familiaris ? * 6/3 93/99 1.93 E/W A  
Lanius excubitor * * 2/4 99/99 3.60 P/N P  
Lanius collurio ? * 2/2 93/98 2.29 E/W A  
Corvus corone   * 1/7 -/83 2.15 E/W A  
Corvus frugilegus * * 2/2 99/99 2.94 E/W A [44]
Garrulus glandarius * * 4/3 99/99 2.63 E/W A [87]
Pica pica ? * 1/9 -/99 3.59 E/W A [44]
Sturnus vulgaris ? * 5/1 -/96 1.85 Kaz A  
Pinicola enucleator * * 12/2 99/99 4.54 P/N A [29]
Emberiza pallasi * * 4/2 99/99 3.10 Mog A  
Emberiza spodocephala * * 8/6 99/99 3.36 Sak A  
  1. List of all species containing divergent COI lineages. An asterisk in the respective column indicates that lineages were supported via the NJ or MOTU method (a question mark indicates undetermined cases). The number of specimens and bootstrap support (%) for each cluster is indicated, as is the mean distance (%) between all clusters within each species.
  2. Phyl: Phylogeographic patterns (P/N = Palearctic/Nearctic, E/W = east/west, Sak = Sakhalin region, Cau = Caucasus region, Cri = Crimean region, Kaz = Kazakhstan, Mog = Mongolia, Yak = Sakha (Yakutia) region)
  3. Bio: Biogeographic patterns (A = allopatric, P = parapatric, S = sympatric)
  4. Additional references detailing more comprehensive studies are supplied where available.