Additional file 1: of Range-wide genetic analysis of Dermacentor variabilis and its Francisella-like endosymbionts demonstrates phylogeographic concordance between both taxa

  • Crystal M. Hepp (Contributor)
  • Glen A. Scoles (Contributor)
  • Emily L. Kaufman (Contributor)
  • Joseph D. Busch (Contributor)
  • David M. Wagner (Northern Arizona University) (Contributor)
  • Nathan Stone (Contributor)

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Table S1. Dermacentor variabilis (n = 1053) were obtained from 31 states and provinces. We included a subset (n = 491), which represents all D. variabilis that produced data for â Ľ 1 analysis (cox1 phylogeny, 16S phylogeny, Francisella-like endosymbiont detection and 16S phylogeny, Rickettsia spp. detection and OmpA phylogeny, and Coxiella burnetii detection). A subset were sequenced at cox1 (cox1 D.v. , n = 332), and/or 16S (16S D.v. , n = 32). We also include ticks that were positive and/or sequenced at three species targets: Francisella-like endosymbiont 16S (16SE, n = 257), Rickettsia OmpA ([R], n = 29), and C. burnetii ([C], n = 2). (XLSX 67 kb)
Date made availableMay 18 2018
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