Data from: The genomics of invasion: characterization of red lionfish (Pterois volitans) populations from the native and introduced ranges

M. O. Burford Reiskind, E. M. X. Reed, A. Elias, J. J. Giacomini, A. F. McNear, J. Nieuwsma, G. A. Parker, R. B. Roberts, R. E. Rossi, C. N. Stephenson, J. L. Stevens & B. E. Williams
Invasive species are one of the greatest threats to global biodiversity and ecosystem health, and population genetics provides promising tools for understanding the evolutionary process of successful invaders. The well-documented introduction of the red lionfish (Pterois volitans) to the western Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean has decimated native fauna due to the invader’s voracious predation and growth rate. We tested whether our samples were within the region of the source of invasion into the...
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