1 Haplotype Rum A from the island of Rum was found to be a haplotype closely related to C. e. corsicanus
Table S2. Mismatch distribution analyses and Fs neutrality test to detect population expansions for the different main genetic groups found in the study area (K = 3 in the samova analyses). Numerical values in bold indicate statistical significance.
Groups of populations
Fs: Fu’s neutrality test (Fu, 1997); SSD: sum of square deviations between the observed and the expected mismatch; rg: raggedness index of the observed distribution (Harpending, 1994), τ: time since expansion in mutational units
Fig. S1 Mismatch distributions of pair-wise nucleotide differences for each of the red deer main genetic groups according to K = 4 in the samova analyses) found in the study area. Observed distribution of pair-wise nucleotide differences (thin line). Distribution of pair-wise nucleotide differences expected under a model of population expansion (thick line). Upper and lower bound of the 95% confidence intervals for the observed values (dashed lines).