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Table 1 Coordinates and elevations of the localities of R. arunco included in this study, numbered from north to south (see map in Figure 1 )

From: Low phylogeographic structure of Rhinella arunco (Anura: Bufonidae), an endemic amphibian from the Chilean Mediterranean hotspot

Number Locality (abbreviation) Number of individuals in each locality Region Watershed Latitude (S) Longitude (W) Elevation (m)
1 Quilimarí (Qui) 14 Coquimbo Quilimarí 32°07′12.6″ 71°28′10.6″ 13
2 Los Molles (LM) 5 Valparaíso Coastal basin 32°13′28.4″ 71°29′58.7″ 10
3 El Trapiche (ET) 10 Valparaíso Petorca 32°18′45.2″ 71°16′38.6″ 29
4 Illalolén (Illa) 3 Valparaíso La Ligua 32°26′23.5″ 71°14′10.0″ 16
5 Campos de Ahumada Bajo (CAB) 3 Valparaíso Aconcagua 32°43′51.0″ 70°34′01.5″ 992
6 Estero Marga Marga (MM) 6 Valparaíso Coastal basin 33°03′20.9″ 71°29′37.5″ 32
7 Estero Puangue (EP) 10 Metropolitana Maipo 33°15′26.7″ 71°09′03.3″ 320
8 Río Molina (RM) 4 Metropolitana Maipo 33°22′24.1″ 70°23′47.3″ 1,123
9 Quebrada de Córdova (QC) 11 Valparaíso Coastal basin 33°26′27.6″ 71°39′38.0″ 40
10 Estero Ñanco (EÑ) 5 Valparaíso Maipo 33°38′42.1″ 71°33′17.0″ 43
11 Estero Coyanco (EC) 12 Metropolitana Maipo 33°41′26.4″ 70°20′58.5″ 1,051
12 Topocalma (Top) 6 O'Higgins Coastal basin 34°06′54.1″ 71°55′40.1″ 21
13 Pumanque (Pmq) 7 O'Higgins Coastal basin 34°37′20.9″ 71°36′21.6″ 103
14 Sierras de Bellavista (SB) 13 O'Higgins Tinguiririca 34°48′05.9″ 70°44′33.1″ 840
15 Pumaitén (Pum) 4 Maule Mataquito 34°58′00.3″ 71°07′29.3″ 287
16 Linares de Perales (LiPe) 4 Maule Maule 35°28′09.2″ 71°51′54.0″ 50
17 La Suiza (LS) 7 Maule Maule 35°45′28.3″ 71°00′16.3″ 602
18 Vega de Salas (VS) 2 Maule Maule 36°00′13.6″ 71°26′35.5″ 302
19 La Raya (LR) 8 Biobío Maule 36°08′58.8″ 72°27′18.0″ 207
20 Manzanares (Man) 10 Biobío Ñuble 36°21′35.8″ 72°30′56.3″ 87
21 Río Ñuble (RÑ) 4 Biobío Ñuble 36°34′24.8″ 72°12′54.1″ 84
22 Las Juntas de Nahuelbuta (LJN) 4 Biobío Biobío 37°35′41.8″ 72°50′20.9″ 111
23 Río Bureo (RB) 8 Biobío Biobío 37°42′59.0″ 72°13′50.1″ 116
  1. Numbers of individuals in each locality used to obtain mitochondrial sequences are indicated as well as the administrative regions and watersheds.