Data from: High degree of cryptic population differentiation in the Baltic Sea herring Clupea harengus

Jukka Corander, Kerttu Majander, Lu Cheng & Juha Merilä
Marine fish species are characterised by a low degree of population differentiation at putatively neutral marker genes. This has been traditionally attributed to ecological homogeneity and a lack of obvious dispersal barriers in marine habitats, as well as to large (effective) population sizes of most marine fish species. The herring (Clupea harengus) is a case in point – the levels of population differentiation at neutral markers, even across vast geographic areas, are typically very low...
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