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Eunicella verrucosa

New study uncovers the how the pink sea fan maintains connectivity

A new study led by Dr Kirsty Macleod explores the reliance of pink sea fan on rare, long-distance dispersal events to maintain connectivity across huge oceanic distances. Read more about the study in the journal Evolutionary Applications...

Rare, long-distance dispersal underpins genetic connectivity in the pink sea fan, Eunicella verrucosa

Soft coral species exhibit strikingly different patterns of connectivity around the British Isles

Has the evolution of marine creatures been shaped by barriers to connectivity, as observed in many terrestrial species?

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