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Table 2 Matrix of the number of polymorphic and amplified loci shared between species.

From: Cross-species amplification of 41 microsatellites in European cyprinids: A tool for evolutionary, population genetics and hybridization studies

  Ab Aa Cg Cn Ct Cs Li Ll Pp Rr Sc Ts Abr* Bb** Se*
A. bipunctatus 31/35 28 26 29 23 26 25 23 19 24 24 26 12 22 9
A. alburnus 34 34/37 31 32 26 26 28 27 21 27 28 30 14 24 10
C. genei 33 36 35/40 34 28 26 31 26 22 27 29 31 15 24 11
C. n. nasus 34 37 40 37/41 29 27 31 27 22 28 29 33 15 26 12
C. t. toxostoma 34 37 40 41 31/41 24 29 25 18 26 25 30 14 22 10
C. soetta 34 37 39 40 40 28/40 25 24 16 25 25 26 13 20 8
L. idus 32 35 39 39 39 38 32/39 26 19 28 25 29 13 23 10
L. leuciscus 34 36 38 39 39 38 37 29/39 18 26 24 26 14 22 9
P. pictum 31 34 37 38 38 37 36 36 24/38 19 22 20 11 19 8
R. rutilus 34 37 39 40 40 39 38 39 37 30/40 25 27 14 23 10
S. cephalus 32 36 37 38 38 37 36 37 35 38 32/38 27 15 22 10
T. souffia 33 36 39 40 40 39 38 38 37 39 37 33/40 15 23 11
A. brama* 34 37 39 40 40 39 38 39 37 40 38 39 16/40 13 6
B. bjoerkna** 32 35 37 38 38 37 36 37 37 39 36 37 38 27/38 10
S. erythrophtalmus* 33 35 37 38 38 37 36 37 36 38 36 37 38 36 12/38
  1. In upper diagonal, shared polymorphic loci; in lower diagonal, shared amplified loci between species; in diagonal, polymorphic loci/amplified loci for each species. Loci for which homozygotes with null alleles were detected and those exhibiting potential paralogous (see Additional file 3) were discarded. Only two (*) and four (**) individuals genotyped: number of polymorphic loci most likely underestimated.