Data from: Symbiodinium population genetics: testing for species boundaries and analyzing samples with mixed genotypes

Drew C. Wham & Todd C. LaJeunesse
Population genetic markers are increasingly being used to study the diversity, ecology, and evolution of Symbiodinium, a group of eukaryotic microbes that are often mutualistic with reef-building corals. Population genetic markers can resolve individual clones, or strains, from samples of host tissue, however samples may comprise different species that may confound interpretations of gene flow and genetic structure. Here we propose a method for resolving species from population genetic data using tests of genetic recombination....
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