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Supplemental material and figures for Angels in disguise: Sympatric hybridization in the marine angelfishes is widespread and occurs between deeply divergent lineages
Hybridization events are not uncommon in marine environments where physical barriers are attenuated. Studies of hybridization events among coral reef taxa have suggested that hybridization predominantly occurs between parapatric species distributed along biogeographic suture zones. By contrast, little is known about the extent of sympatric hybridization on coral reefs, despite the large amount of biogeographic overlap shared by many coral reef species. Here, we investigate if the propensity fordoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12727001.v1 fatcat:ejb4b7jdtjcb7b67ilt4gn7mcu