Data from: Cryptic habitats and cryptic diversity: unexpected patterns of connectivity and phylogeographic breaks in a Mediterranean endemic marine cave mysid

Pierre-Alexandre Rastorgueff, Pierre Chevaldonné, Defne Arslan, Caroline Verna & Christophe Lejeusne
The marine cave-dwelling mysid Hemimysis margalefi is distributed over the whole Mediterranean Sea which contrasts with the poor dispersal capabilities of this brooding species. In addition, underwater marine caves are a highly fragmented habitat which further promotes strong genetic structuring, therefore providing highly informative data on the levels of marine population connectivity across biogeographic regions. This study investigates how habitat and geography have shaped the connectivity network of this poor disperser over the entire Mediterranean...
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