Supplementary data for: From genomics to integrative taxonomy? The case study of Pocillopora corals

Nicolas Oury, Cyril Noel, Stefano Mona, Didier Aurelle & Hélène Magalon
With the advent of genomics, sequencing thousands of loci from hundreds of individuals now appears feasible at reasonable costs, allowing complex phylogenies to be resolved. This is particularly relevant for cnidarians, for which insufficient data due to the small number of currently available markers, coupled with difficulties in inferring gene trees and morphological incongruences, encrypts species boundaries, thereby blurring the study and conservation of these organisms. Yet, can genomics alone be used to delimit species...
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