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Table 1 Summary of DNA polymorphism of burrowing parrots (Cyanoliseus patagonus) from Northern Chile and Catamarca, La Rioja, and San Juan in Argentina

From: The high Andes, gene flow and a stable hybrid zone shape the genetic structure of a wide-ranging South American parrot

Locality ER Source Spp. PS S A N H Hd Pi (JC)
CHILE
IV Región
1) Santa Gracia MAT C bloxami 75 29 29 4 4 1.000 0.00260
2) Quebrada de San Carlos MAT C bloxami 400 29 29 7 4 0.714 0.00123
ARGENTINA
Catamarca           
3) Los Morteros, Abaucán river MSB C andinus 100 15 11 4 2 0.500 0.00054
4) Salado river MSB C andinus 90 10 5 2 2 1.000 0.00162
La Rioja           
5) San Blas MSB C andinus 20 20 7 5 3 0.800 0.00237
6) affluent, Vinchina river MSB C andinus 60 20 14 5 3 0.700 0.00216
7) Los Tambillos MSB C andinus 10 4 4 2 2 1.000 0.00162
8) Zanja de la viuda MSB C andinus 15 7 7 1 1 0 0
San Juan           
9) Huaco MSB C andinus 20 4 4 2 2 1.000 0.00162
  1. Eco-regions: MAT, matorral; MSB, monte de sierras y bolsones; CHS, Chaco seco; ESP, espinal; MLM, monte de llanuras y mesetas; PAM, pampa; ETP, estepa patagónica. ER: eco-region; Source, origin of the feathers used to obtain DNA: C, colony; RP, roosting place; Spp., morphological sub-species according to [34, 39]; PS, estimated size of studied populations: nests in the case of colonies, individuals in roosting places; S, number of feathers collected; A, number of samples for which sequencing was attempted; N, the number of sequences; H, number of haplotypes; Hd, haplotype diversity; Pi, nucleotide diversity