Open Access
Research Article
Issue
Parasite
Volume 26, 2019
Article Number 55
Number of page(s) 10
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/parasite/2019053
Published online 06 September 2019

Supplementary Material

Table S1. Synthesis of the Mahalanobis distance results (and p-values). Values below the diagonal are Mahalanobis distances (and p-value, adjusted p-value < 0.00833) for Aedes albopictus females between altitude groups; values above the diagonal are Mahalanobis distances (and p-value, adjusted p-value < 0.005) for Aedes albopictus males between altitude groups; Altitude groups: A1 (158 m), A2 (595 m), A3 (762 m), A4 (1099 m), A5 (1140 m). (Access here)

Fig. S1. Distribution of Aedes albopictus individuals along the first discriminant factor (DF1) of shape analysis by genders. This distribution was based on the partial warps. Black bars: females; Gray bars: males. (Access here)

Fig. S2. Boxplot of centroid sizes for females and males. (Access here)

Fig. S3. First discriminant factor regression on centroid size. Vertical axis: discriminant factor 1, representing 100% of the total discrimination; Horizontal axis: centroid size of the wing. The analysis was based on the partial warps. White squares: females; Black squares: males. Regression line is shown. (Access here)


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