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Table A1

(continued)




Pop. no.

Voucher numbers (GenBank accession numbers AM18-)

Geographic origin

Haplotypes 12S, [16S]

035

431, 888-892

P, Almodovar

S.Iberia 1

036

438, 883-887

P, Castro Verde

S.Iberia 1

037

1976-1981

P, Castro Verde

S.Iberia 1, 23

038

443, 893-897

P, Ourique

S.Iberia 1, 8, 16

039

433, 1912-1916

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1

040

1950, 1951

S, Doñana National Park

S.Iberia 1

041

3184

S, Doñana National Park

S.Iberia 3

042

1952-1954

S, Doñana National Park

S.Iberia 2, 3

043

559, 992, 996

S, Doñana National Park

S.Iberia 3, 17

044

416

S, N. Doñana Natural Park

S.Iberia 2

045

3182

S, Doñana National Park

S.Iberia 17

046

3183

S, N. Doñana Natural Park

S.Iberia 3

047

(3886-3888, 4183)

S, Villamanrique

S.Iberia 4, [1]

048

475

S, Villamanrique

S.Iberia 4

049

412

S, Villamanrique

S.Iberia 4

050

777

S, Villamanrique

S.Iberia 4

051

972

S, Villamanrique

S.Iberia 4

052

973

S, Villamanrique

S.Iberia 7

053

66, (3883-3885)

S, Utrera

S.Iberia 3, [1]

054

476, 477

S, El Cuervo

S.Iberia 13

055

415

S, Fuentes de Andalucía

S.Iberia 1

056

165, (3913-3915)

S, Badajoz

S.Iberia 11, [1]

057

159, 4982, 4983, (3906, 3908, 3909)

S, Navalvillar de Pela

S.Iberia 7, 10, [1]

058

162, (3910-3912)

S, Cáceres

S.Iberia 12, [1]

059

(3907, 3916, 3917, 4184)

S, Cáceres

S.Iberia 12, [1]

060

441

P, Mértola

S.Iberia 6

061

442, 927

P, Mértola

S.Iberia 1

062

435

P, Castro Verde

S.Iberia 5

063

437

P, Castro Verde

S.Iberia 5

064

439

P, Castro Verde

S.Iberia 6, [1]

065

436, 944-946

P, Castro Verde

S.Iberia 6, [1]

066

430

P, Almodovar

S.Iberia 1

067

4986

P, Almodovar

S.Iberia 1

068

4990

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1

069

434

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1

070

1927-1929

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1

071

4989

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1

072

432

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1, [3]

073

4988

P, Beja

S.Iberia 1

074

4984

P, Faro do Alentejo

S.Iberia 1

075

4985

P, Faro do Alentejo

S.Iberia 1

076

1924-1926

P, Cuba

S.Iberia 1

077

4991

P, Cuba

S.Iberia 1

078

4987

P, Alvito

S.Iberia 1

079

440

P, Ferreira do Alentejo

S.Iberia 1

080

4996, 4997

P, Estremoz

S.Iberia 1

081

4998-5000

P, Estremoz

S.Iberia 1

082

425, 825-829, 1970-1975

S, Tarifa

Cádiz 1, [1]

083

488, 730-734

S, Barbate

Cádiz 1, [1]




Table A1

(continued)




Pop. no.

Voucher numbers (GenBank accession numbers AM18-)

Geographic origin

Haplotypes 12S, [16S]

084

485, 725-729

S, Tahivilla

Cádiz 1, 2

085

486, 720-724

S, Benalup

Cádiz 2, 5, [1, 2]

086

421, 478, 908-911

S, Puerto Real

Cádiz 4, [1]

087

1988-1992

S, El Puerto de Sta. María

Cádiz 5

088

420

S, Tarifa

Cádiz 1, [1]

089

487, 735-737

S, Tahivilla

Cádiz 1

090

484, 719

S, Benalup

Cádiz 1, 5

091

1934-1937

S, Conil de la Frontera

Cádiz 5

092

551

S, San Fernando

Cádiz 5, [3]

093

1933

S, Puerto Real

Cádiz 3

094

76, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, (3889-3893, 4181)

P, Sagres

Portugal 1, [P]

095

447, 898-902

P, Sagres

Portugal 1, 5, [P]

096

446, 878-882

P, Tunes

Portugal 2, 3, [P]

097

445, 937-941

P, Faro

Portugal 4, [P]

098

1966-1969

P, Vila do Bispo

Portugal 1

099

448, 1941, 1942

P, Vila do Bispo

Portugal 1

100

1938-1940

P, Vila do Bispo

Portugal 1

101

449, 1993, 1995

P, Vila do Bispo

Portugal 1

102

634, 635, 4992-4995

S, La Albuera

Gitanilla 1, 2

103

(3881, 3882, 4182)

S, La Albuera

Gitanilla 1, [G]

104

(3871, 3872, 4174)

M, Ain-Benimathar

T. m. s. 1, [3]

105

(3868-3870, 4173)

Tunisia, Jendouba

T. m. s. 3, [1]

106

(3865, 3866, 4172)

Tunisia, Kairouan

T. m. s. 2, [2]

107

(3862-3864)

Tunisia, Tunis

T. m. s. [1]

108

(3873-3875, 4177)

M, El-Hajeb

T. m. m. 2, [6]

109

(3904, 3905, 4179)

M, Mrirt

T. m. m. 1, [5]

110

(3876, 3879, 4176)

M, Timahdite

T. m. m. 1, [7]

111

1930-1932

M, Timahdite

T. m. m. 1

112

(3877, 3878)

M, Rabat, pond 59

T. m. m. [7]

113

(3880)

M, Rabat, pond 60

T. m. m. [7]

114

(3894, 4175)

M, Casablanca, pond 002

T. m. m. 3, [1]

115

(3897, 3898)

M, Casablanca, pond 005

T. m. m. [1]

116

(3895, 3896)

M, Safi

T. m. m. [2]

117

(3899, 3900, 4178)

M, Essaouira, pond 049

T. m. m. 4, [2]

118

(3901)

M, Essaouira, pond 050

T. m. m. [3]

119

(3902, 3903, 4180)

M, High Atlas

T. m. m. 5, [4]

120

3333

France, Crau

T. c. c. 4

121

(3824-3826)

Germany, Ingolstadt

T. c. c. [1]

122

(3851-3853, 4171)

Tunisia, Jendouba

T. c. c. 4, [3]

123

(3833-3835)

Sicily, Custonaci

T. c. c. [3]

124

(3828)

Favignana Island, pond 1

T. c. c. [1]

125

(3846, 3847)

Serbia, Melenci, pond 1

T. c. c. [2]

126

(3848-3850, 4170)

Serbia, Melenci, pond 2

T. c. c. 4, [1]

127

(3841, 4167)

Hungary, Tiszabercel

T. c. c. 4, [5]

128

(3821-3823, 4166)

Austria, commercial kit

T. c. c. 1, [6]

129

(3843-3845, 4168, 4169)

Russia, Uljanowsk

T. c. c. 1, [7]

130

(3827, 4165)

UAE, Sharjah

T. c. c. 2, [6]




Fig. A1 ML tree based on COI sequences (RAxML program, setting

‘estimate proportion of invariable sites’; best evolutionary model obtained by Modeltest was TrN+I+G, selected by AIC). ML bootstrap support (obtained with RAxML) given for selected branches. Outgroups [GenBank sequences of Lepidurus apus (accession number EF189669), L. arcticus (AF209067), L. couesii (DQ310622), L. lemmoni (GQ144447), Triops longicaudatus (DQ310623 and GQ144444), T. australiensis (DQ889135), T. granarius (GQ144446)] removed for clarity. Samples labelled, as applicable, with short names of main phylogenetic lineages (Table A1) followed by museum specimen tissue voucher numbers (MTD-TW; sequences submitted to GenBank, acc. nrs. FN691430–FN691444) or by GenBank accessions, or labelled with GenBank accessions containing numbers but no lineage data (samples with GenBank taxon labels apparently resulting from erroneous species identification, i.e. samples submitted to GenBank with invalid species names). Abbreviations: T.c. = Triops cancriformis; T.m. = T. mauritanicus

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