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Table 1 The characteristics of net-winged beetle alpha-diversity and the number of identified color patterns in each locality

From: Persistence of multiple patterns and intraspecific polymorphism in multi-species Müllerian communities of net-winged beetles

Locality, Altitude AGG Number of individuals (n) Number of spp. (n) # of patterns
   Total non-trich. trichalines % Enicl. % Total non- trich. trich. Eniclases % Total Enicl.
Sentani 275 m 1 414 77 337 81.4 167 40.3 26 14 12 5 19.2 7 4
Sentani, 360 m 19 9 10 52.6 2 10.5 7 3 4 2 22.2 3 2
Elelim, 580 m 2 234 149 85 36.3 20 8.5 85 67 18 6 7.1 10 6
Dombomi (1150) 123 89 34 27.6 9 7.3 24 23 1 1 4.2 6 1
Bokondini (1250) 3 110 36 74 67.3 36 32.7 18 9 9 2 11.1 4 2
Bokondini (1287) 4 251 99 152 60.8 43 17.2 13 9 4 2 15.4 3 2
Bokondini (1800) 297 171 126 42.4 4 1.3 47 44 3 2 4.3 9 2
Bokondini (2100) 24 20 4 16.7 2 8.3 15 14 1 1 6.7 7 1
Tikapura (2170) 201 173 28 14.0 7 3.5 53 39 14 1 1.9 8 1
Yiwika (2100) 95 78 17 17.9 1 1.1 42 34 8 1 2.4 7 1
Napua (2300) 146 138 8 5.5 0 0.0 48 44 4 0 0.0 8 0
  1. n – number of individuals, non-trich. – the genera if Metriorrhynchina except the trichalines; trichaline genera (trichalines) – the genera Diatrichalus, Flabellotrichalus, Eniclases, Microtrichalus, Trichalus, and Lobatang. The numbers for Eniclases, are included always also under trichalines as a whole and then separately reported