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Metrics used to infer inter-island colonization success of animal and plant species within the Galápagos, Azores and Canary Islands.

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<p><sup>1</sup> Number of current islands colonized by each species based on chorological data; (number of archipelago largest islands)</p><p><sup>2</sup> Number of haplotypes obtained from mitochondria (animals) and plastid (plants) DNA sequences in each study</p><p><sup>3</sup> Number of haplotypes obtained in each study multiplied by the number of all largest islands-1</p><p><sup>4</sup> Inter-island colonization events based on distribution of each haplotype, i.e. each colonization event is inferred by haplotype sharing on two or more islands</p><p><sup>5</sup> Ratio expressing multiple colonization events, that ranges between 1 (all islands colonized by all the haplotypes) and 0 (no inter-island colonization).</p><p>* <i>Olea europaea</i> subsp. <i>guanchica</i> is distributed across the seven Canary Islands. However, the three eastern-most islands show evidence for hybridization with the olive tree. This made the authors use only material from the four western-most islands.</p><p>Metrics used to infer inter-island colonization success of animal and plant species within the Galápagos, Azores and Canary Islands.</p

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