Pairwise FST values for populations of P. bougainville calculated from six microsatellite loci (below diagonal) and 565 bp of mtDNA D-loop (above diagonal)
Dorre) (Table 5 ).
Peron comparison (Table 5 ). .
The difference between the populations expressed through the
FST results (0.60 for microsatellites and 0.63
for mtDNA, see Table 5 ) are similar to the simulated values
from EASYPOP (Balloux 2001 ) for two isolated populations with
small and fluctuating population sizes separated for the same
amount of time (mean sim FST
= 0.53 ± 0.08).
Indeed if we consider pairwise FST values (see
Table 5 ), it can be seen that Peron is the only population
that does not show a significant difference to its source although
this may also be attributed to the very small sample size for the
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