Data from: Antarctic krill population genomics: apparent panmixia, but genome complexity and large population size muddies the water

Bruce E. Deagle, Cassandra Faux, So Kawaguchi, Bettina Meyer & Simon N. Jarman
Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba; hereafter krill) are an incredibly abundant pelagic crustacean which has a wide, but patchy, distribution in the Southern Ocean. Several studies have examined the potential for population genetic structuring in krill, but DNA-based analyses have focused on a limited number of markers and have covered only part of their circum-Antarctic range. We used mitochondrial DNA and restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RAD-seq) to investigate genetic differences between krill from five sites, including...
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