Data from: Seascape continuity plays an important role in determining patterns of spatial genetic structure in a coral reef fish

Cassidy C. D'Aloia, Steven M. Bogdanowicz, Richard G. Harrison & Peter M. Buston
Detecting patterns of spatial genetic structure (SGS) can help identify intrinsic and extrinsic barriers to gene flow within metapopulations. For marine organisms such as coral reef fishes, identifying these barriers is critical to predicting evolutionary dynamics and demarcating evolutionarily significant units for conservation. In this study, we adopted an alternative hypothesis-testing framework to identify the patterns and predictors of SGS in the Caribbean reef fish Elacatinus lori. First, genetic structure was estimated using nuclear microsatellites...
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