Data from: Angelfishes, paper tigers and the devilish taxonomy of the Centropyge flavissima complex

Joseph D. DiBattista, Michelle R. Gaither, Jean-Paul A. Hobbs, Luiz A. Rocha & Brian W. Bowen
The pygmy angelfishes (genus Centropyge) provide numerous examples of discordance between color morphology, taxonomy and evolutionary genetic lineages. This discordance is especially evident in the Centropyge flavissima complex, which includes three primary color morphs, three previously recognized species (C. flavissima, C. eibli and C. vrolikii) and three distinct mitochondrial (mtDNA) lineages that do not align with species designations. Our previous research showed that the putative C. flavissima arose independently in the Indian and Pacific Oceans,...
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