FLYBOOK | Molecular Population Genetics
Figure 1 |
Population genomics resources available for four Drosophila species. Dots represent sequenced populations, and the size of the dot is proportional to the number of
D. melanogaster populations: USTB, Tampa Bay FL, United States, n=2; UST, Thomasville GA, United States, n=2; USS, Selva AL, United States, n=2; USB, Birmingham AL, United States, n=2; USM, Meridian MS, United States, n=2; USFL, Sebastian FL, United States, n=2; BF, Freeport, Bahamas, n=2; BGT, George Town, Bahamas, n=2; BBH, Bullocks Harbor, Bahamas, n=2; SS, Cockburn Town, San Salvador, n=2; BM, Mayaguana, Bahamas, n=2; B, Beijing, China, n=15; CK, Kisangani, Congo, n=2; CO, Oku, Cameroon, n=13; EA, Gambella, Ethiopia, n=24; EB, Bonga, Ethiopia, n=5; ED, Dodola, Ethiopia, n=8; EF, Fiche, Ethiopia, n=69; EG, Cairo, Egypt, n=32; EM, Masha, Ethiopia, n=3; ER, Debre Birhan, Ethiopia, n=5; EZ, Ziway, Ethiopia, n=5; FRL, Lyon, France, n=96; FRM, Montpellier, France, n=20; GA, Franceville, Gabon, n=10; AGA, Athens GA, United States, n=15; GH, Accra, Ghana, n=15; GU, Dondé, Guinea, n=7; H, Port Au Prince, Haiti, n=2; I, Ithaca NY, United States, n=19; KM, Malindi, Kenya, n=4; KN, Nyahururu, Kenya, n=6; KO, Molo, Kenya, n=4; KR, Marigat, Kenya, n=6; KT, Thika, Kenya, n=2; N, Houten, Netherlands, n=19; NG, Maiduguri, Nigeria, n=6; RAL, Raleigh NC, United States, n=205; RC, Cyangugu, Rwanda, n=2; RG, Gikongoro, Rwanda, n=27; SB, Barkly East, South Africa, n=5; SD, Dullstroom, South Africa, n=81; SE, Port Edward, South Africa, n=3; SF, Fouriesburg, South Africa, n=5; SP, Phalaborwa, South Africa, n=37; T, Sorell TAS, Australia, n=18; TZ, Uyole, Tanzania, n=3; UG, Namulonge, Uganda, n=6; UK, Kisoro, Uganda, n=5; UM, Masindi, Uganda, n=3; W, Winters CA, United States, n=35; ZH, Harare, Zimbabwe, n=4; ZI, Siavonga, Zambia, n=197; ZK, Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe, n=3; ZL, Livingstone, Zambia, n=1; ZO, Solwezi, Zambia, n=2; ZS, Sengwa, Zimbabwe, n=5; ZW, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, n=9; MAD, Tampa Bay FL, United States, n=2; NAIS, Thomasville GA, United States, n=2; WIN, Selva AL, United States, n=2; NOU, Birmingham AL, United States, n=2; NAN, Meridian MS, United States, n=2; D. simulans populations: MAD, Madagascar, n=12; NAIS, Nairobi, Kenya, n=10; WIN, Winters, California, United States, n=2; NOU, Noumea, New Caledonia, n=1; NAN, Nanyuki, Kenya, n=1; D. yakuba populations: NAIY, Nairobi, Kenya, n=10; NGU, Nguti, Cameroon, n=10; TAI, Taï Rainforest, Liberia, n=1; D. mauritiana populations: MAU, Mauritius, n=117.