TABLE 2

Hybrid individuals in the area of species overlap that showed mixed A. palliata and A. pigra character states

Microsatellite locuse
IDaSexbPhenotypecmtDNAdAp68D5S111D8S165Sryf
S096FApaia/aa/aa/aNA
S098MApiia/ia/ia/iI
S154MApiia/ii/ii/iI
S155FApiia/ia/ii/iNA
S157FApiaa/aa/ia/iNA
S161FApaia/aa/aa/iNA
S162FApaia/aa/aa/iNA
S164FApiia/ii/ii/iNA
S165MApiia/ii/ii/iI
S166MApiia/ia/ii/iI
S167FApiia/ii/ii/iNA
S182MApiii/ii/ia/iI
S183FApiii/ia/ia/iNA
  • a Identification code.

  • b All individuals except S157 were adults; S157 was an infant still being carried by its presumed mother.

  • c Phenotype based on size and pelage coloration and texture. Apa, A. palliata-like; Api, A. pigra-like individuals.

  • d Mitochondrial haplotype. a, A. palliata; i, A. pigra.

  • e Identity of alleles for parental species at each diagnostic microsatellite locus. a, A. palliata; i, A. pigra.

  • f Identity of the Y chromosome Sry gene. I, A. pigra; NA, primers did not amplify a product and were not expected to on the basis of the sex of this individual.