Data from: Travel with your kin ship! Insights from genetic sibship among settlers of a coral damselfish

Vanessa Robitzch, Pablo Saenz-Agudelo & Michael L. Berumen
Coral reef fish larvae are tiny, exceedingly numerous, and hard to track. They are also highly capable, equipped with swimming and sensory abilities that may influence their dispersal trajectories. Despite the importance of larval input to the dynamics of a population, we remain reliant on indirect insights to the processes influencing larval behavior and transport. Here, we used genetic data (300 independent single nucleotide polymorphisms) derived from a light trap sample of a single recruitment...
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