Spatial patterns in the distribution of two BINs of R. tristis in the W Carpathians. (A) Map of the studied area within the Carpathian Arc and (B) the 58 sampling sites (BIN BOLD:AAD5574 - 16, BIN BOLD:ADL4166 - 44) divided into eight geomorphological units represented by different fill colors.  (C) The altitude range of both BINs. The boxplots show the distribution of the altitude above sea level for BIN BOLD:AAD5574 and BIN BOLD:ADL4166. The boxes represent the interquartile distances (IQD), while the central lines through each box show the medians. The dot indicates outliers and the whiskers extend to the extreme values of the data, calculated as ±1.5 × IQD from the median. Wilcoxon signed-rank test supported the significant differences of altitude range between two BINs of R. tristis (P < 0.05). Abbreviations: Slovakia (SK), Hungary (H), Ukraine (UA), Poland (PL), Czech Republic (CZ) and Austria (AU).

  Part of: Bozáňová J, Čiampor Jr F, Mamos T, Grabowski M, Čiamporová-Zaťovičová Z (2021) The value of DNA barcoding in a hotspot area: an example of Rhyacophila tristis (Trichoptera) in the Western Carpathians. ARPHA Conference Abstracts 4: e64952.