Regal phylogeography: Range-wide survey of the marine angelfish Pygoplites diacanthus reveals evolutionary partitions between the Red Sea, Indian Ocean, and Pacific Ocean.

@article{Coleman2016RegalPR,
  title={Regal phylogeography: Range-wide survey of the marine angelfish Pygoplites diacanthus reveals evolutionary partitions between the Red Sea, Indian Ocean, and Pacific Ocean.},
  author={Richard R. Coleman and Jeffrey A. Eble and Joseph D DiBattista and Luiz A Rocha and John E. Randall and Michael L Berumen and Brian W. Bowen},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={100},
  pages={
          243-253
        }
}
The regal angelfish (Pygoplites diacanthus; family Pomacanthidae) occurs on reefs from the Red Sea to the central Pacific, with an Indian Ocean/Rea Sea color morph distinct from a Pacific Ocean morph. To assess population differentiation and evaluate the possibility of cryptic evolutionary partitions in this monotypic genus, we surveyed mtDNA cytochrome b and two nuclear introns (S7 and RAG2) in 547 individuals from 15 locations. Phylogeographic analyses revealed four mtDNA lineages (d=0.006-0… CONTINUE READING
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