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Twenty-two different ND4-haplotypes (h01-h22) were observed. Their corresponding GenBank accession numbers are AM900468-89. The haplotype distribution over populations and individuals is as follows: h01 - Canterbury, specimens 594 and 595; Limanowa 589-593; Sinaia 369-371, 698-701, 703, 704; h02 - Sinaia 702; h03 - Fuscaldo 405-409; h04 - Kramplje 312-314, 786; h05 - Ano Kaliniki 602, 658, 659, 675, 676; h06 - Ano Kaliniki 604; h07 - Ečka 415; h08 - Ečka 416; h09 - Ečka 417, 418, 419; Zimnicea 336, 705; Svištov 459; h10 - Svištov 748; h11 - Bartin 121; h12 - Bartin 118, 124; h13 - Bartin 116, 123; h14 - Grivac 821-824, 893; Rakovski 515, 766-768; Višegrad 898; h15 - Višegrad 896, 897, 899; h16 - Confolens 518; Rocheouart 535, 536, 538; h17 - El Berrueco 161; h18 - El Berrueco 162, 980-982; h19 - Rio Alberite 77, 80, 81; h20 and h21 - Berga and h22 - Valle Hecho. For voucher information see Appendix I.