Data from: Evolutionary history and biogeographical patterns of barnacles endemic to deep-sea hydrothermal vents

Santiago Herrera & Timothy M. Shank
The characterization of evolutionary and biogeographical patterns is of fundamental importance to identify factors driving biodiversity. Due to their widespread but discontinuous distribution, deep-sea hydrothermal vent barnacles represent an excellent model for testing biogeographic hypotheses regarding the origin, dispersal, and diversity of modern vent fauna. Here we characterize the global genetic diversity of vent barnacles to infer their time of radiation, place of origin, mode of dispersal, and diversification. Our approach was to target a...
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