Data from: A map-based approach to assessing genetic diversity, structure, and connectivity in the seagrass Halodule wrightii

Patrick D. Larkin, Tabitha J. Maloney, Sebastian Rubiano-Rincon, Michael M. Barrett, PD Larkin, TJ Maloney & MM Barrett
Seagrass cover has declined in many areas of the world in a trend that has accelerated over the past several decades. This raises concern for both the impact the decline in cover has on coastal ecosystems and the effect it may have on seagrass evolutionary potential, as genotypic and genomic variation is lost. We used 8 microsatellite loci to investigate genetic diversity, structure, and connectivity in the seagrass Halodule wrightii from the Gulf of Mexico...
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