Bayesian tree reconstructed with 1131 bp cytochrome b gene sequences. Numbers show posterior probabilities/ bootstrap support (values above 50% are given); **indicates 1.0 or 100% support, while *indicates 0.95–0.99 or 80–99% support. Haplogroup colors reflect the identified mtDNA lineages of Darevskia lindholmi. The numbers on the terminal branches of the tree correspond to the localities on Fig. 1. The capital letters (A–F) indicate the main subdivisions inside the Common lineage. The individuals pictured represent Darevskia lindholmi of both sexes: the Central lineage, Ayudag Mount (above), the Common lineage, Sevastopol city (photos by Oleg Kukushkin and Vitaly Giragosov, respectively).

  Part of: Kukushkin O, Ermakov O, Gherghel I, Lukonina S, Svinin A, Doronin I, Simonov E, Jablonski D (2021) The mitochondrial phylogeography of the Crimean endemic lizard Darevskia lindholmi (Sauria, Lacertidae): Hidden diversity in an isolated mountain system. Vertebrate Zoology 71: 559-576.