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Fig. 1. Map showing the location of each collection site. Blue and red circles represent riverine and lacustrine populations, respectively. (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.)
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Fig. 2. Landmark configurations for the geometric morphometric (GM) analysis. 1: Anterior extent of maxilla. 2–5: Upper ends of perpendicular at anterior extent of orbit, at posterioventral extent of operculum, at anterior insertion of pelvic fin, and at anterior insertion of anal...
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Fig. 3. Scatterplot of the first two axes of principal component analyses based on the geometric morphometric data set (A). Closed and open circles represent males and females, respectively. Deformation grids showing the maximum shape changes along the PC1 axis (B).
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Fig. 4. Scatterplot of the first two axes of principal component analyses in males (A) and females (B) based on the geometric morphometric data sets. Blue and red symbols represent riverine and lacustrine populations, respectively. Mean PC1 score for each population is indicated s...
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Fig. 5. Bayesian inference of phylogeny among haplotypes based on the mitochondrial ND2 sequences (104 bp). Blue and red characters represent riverine and lacustrine populations, respectively. Numbers on branches are Bayesian posterior probabilities (top) and maximum likelihood b...
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Fig. 6. Maximum likelihood (ML) nuclear phylogeny produced by concatenating 455 transcripts totaling 0.34 Mbp sites. Blue and red characters represent riverine and lacustrine populations, respectively. Numbers on branches show ML bootstrap values. (For interpretation of the refer...
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Fig. 7. The population tree using SVDquartets+PAUP* based on the three-individualsper-population dataset (two individuals for O. celebensis). Each of the 455 transcripts was set as a separate partition. Numbers on branches show bootstrap values
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Fig. 8. Ancestral state reconstruction of body shape in males (A) and females (B). Estimated changes in PC1 values (see Fig. 4) on the phylogeny are represented by the branch color. Blue and red characters represent riverine and lacustrine populations, respectively. Scale bar ind...
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Table 1 List of collection sites and studies specimens.
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Fig. 1 The presumed land boundaries of Hokkaido Island. Sea levels are presumed to have changed by ?20 m, 0 m, -50 m, and -150 m, estimated from contour and isobathic maps
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