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Figure 2: Haplotype networks constructed from CO1 (A), ITS (B) and ND1 (C) sequences. Each circle represents a haplotype named with a different number. Different printed patterns in the haplotype networks correspond to their geographical localities separated into 12 different localities.

Figure 2: Haplotype networks constructed from <i>CO1</i> (A), ITS (B) and <i>ND1</i> (C) sequences. Each circle represents a haplotype named with a different number. Different printed patterns in the haplotype networks correspond to their geographical localities separated into 12 different localities.