Data from: Home bodies and wanderers: sympatric lineages of the deep-sea black coral Leiopathes glaberrima

Dannise V. Ruiz-Ramos, Miles G. Saunders, Charles R. Fisher, Iliana B. Baums & Miles Saunders
Colonial corals occur in a wide range of marine benthic habitats from the shallows to the deep ocean, often defining the structure of their local community. The black coral Leiopathes glaberrima is a long-lived foundation species occurring on carbonate outcrops in the Northern Gulf of Mexico (GoM). Multiple color morphs of L. glaberrima grow sympatrically in the region. Morphological, mitochondrial and nuclear ribosomal markers supported the hypothesis that color morphs constituted a single biological species...
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