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Table 3 AE, allelic richness, and PE, private allelic richness, calculated using rarefaction based on a sample size of 11 diploids or 22 alleles based on the smallest sample size included in analyses by Assis et al. (2018b)

From: First record of Laminaria ochroleuca Bachelot de la Pylaie in Ireland in Béal an Mhuirthead, county Mayo

Site AE PE HE HO
Scots Port, Ireland 2.49 0.29 0.429 0.556
Plymouth 1.81 0.03 0.177 0.185
Port Blanc 1.68 0.06 0.185 0.197
Lorient 2.16 0.13 0.223 0.187
A Coruña 2.87 0.13 0.342 0.340
Laxe 2.80 0.17 0.363 0.364
Camariñas 3.04 0.04 0.372 0.363
Viana do Castelo 2.51 0.05 0.298 0.275
Amorosa 3.75 0.17 0.446 0.437
S. Bartolomeu do Mar 1.89 0.08 0.266 0.215
Peniche 3.94 0.21 0.503 0.498
Espichel 2.10 0.17 0.321 0.339
Sesimbra 3.33 0.13 0.386 0.341
Ormonda seamount 2.80 0.07 0.320 0.398
Gorringe seamount 2.78 0.23 0.319 0.279
Gettysburg seamount 2.89 0.14 0.316 0.307
Tarifa 4.82 0.44 0.459 0.450
El Jadida 3.97 0.56 0.443 0.396
Essaouira 2.65 0.23 0.321 0.309
Formigas Bank 3.11 0.50 0.335 0.306
Regions
 W English Channel 1.88 + 0.14 0.07 + 0.03 0.195 + 0.014 0.190 + 0.004
 W Iberia 2.91 + 0.23 0.13 + 0.02 0.366 + 0.024 0.352 + 0.027
 Iberian Seamounts 2.82 + 0.03 0.15 + 0.05 0.318 + 0.001 0.328 + 0.036
  1. HE, Nei’s unbiased expected heterozygosity; HO, observed heterozygosity using the following 10 loci that were used in this study and Assis et al. (2018b)