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Table 1 Microsatellite-specific characteristics across 150 black soldier fly populations

From: Global population genetic structure and demographic trajectories of the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens

Locus NA FST FIS HO HE HWEDev AR AU
Hi_1-1 29 0.235 0.084 0.599 0.648 4 3.664 0.035
Hi_1-2 36 0.235 0.032 0.607 0.621 3 3.595 0.194
Hi_1-3 31 0.214 0.043 0.434 0.449 3 2.423 0.194
Hi_1-4 30 0.168 0.086 0.537 0.587 7 3.078 0.367
Hi_1-5 17 0.248 0.125 0.501 0.570 5 2.988 0.059
Hi_2-1 12 0.293 − 0.018 0.395 0.382 0 2.346 0.083
Hi_2-2 25 0.202 0.080 0.644 0.690 8 3.840 0.200
Hi_2-3 19 0.290 0.109 0.550 0.607 4 3.193 0.000
Hi_2-4 31 0.246 0.082 0.584 0.631 3 3.494 0.000
Hi_2-5 8 0.259 − 0.026 0.414 0.403 2 2.219 0.125
Hi_3-1 30 0.279 0.118 0.333 0.369 3 2.328 0.167
Hi_3-2 28 0.211 0.070 0.599 0.643 6 3.475 0.107
Hi_3-3 24 0.179 0.118 0.570 0.647 13 3.553 0.083
Hi_3-4 32 0.298 0.176 0.474 0.566 11 3.141 0.063
Hi_3-5 16 0.248 0.130 0.538 0.607 7 3.191 0.000
overall 368 0.239 0.085 0.519 0.561 79 3.102 0.122
  1. NA number of alleles, FST fixation index, FIS inbreeding coefficient, HO/HE observed and expected heterozygosity, HWEDev number of significant deviations from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium across all 150 populations, AR mean allelic richness per population (rarefied to five diploid individuals), AU proportion of unique alleles (detected only once). Significant F-statistics are highlighted in bold