Morphological stasis masks ecologically divergent coral species on tropical reefs
Bongaerts, Pim; Cooke, Ira; Ying, Hua; Wels, Dagmar; den Haan, Stijn; Hernandez--Agreda, Alejandra; Brunner, Christopher A.; Dove, Sophie; Englebert, Norbert; Eyal, Gal; Forêt, Sylvain; Grinblat, Mila; Hay, Kyra B.; Harii, S.; Hayward, David
Coral reefs are the epitome of species diversity, yet the number of described scleractinian coral species, the framework-builders of coral reefs, remains moderate by comparison. DNA sequencing studies are rapidly challenging this notion by exposing a wealth of undescribed diversity, but the evolutionary and ecological significance of this diversity remains largely unclear. Here, we present an annotated genome for one of the most ubiquitous corals in the Indo-Pacific (Pachyseris speciosa) and...[Show more]
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