Haplotype networks of DNA sequences belonging to genera that could not be clearly separated by their nucleotide differences (heatmaps). For each gene, only the genera that were not clearly different in the heatmaps were included. Each haplotype is represented by a circle and each genus is represented by a unique colour. The number of individuals belonging to each haplotype are indicated within the corresponding circle. The circle's sizes are proportional to the number of individuals. The length between haplotypes represents the number of nucleotide differences (substitutions or indels) between them. Haplotypes present in multiple species, all belonging to the same genus, are indicated with a black star and haplotypes with all individuals belonging to the same species are indicated with underlined numbers. To be conservative, where samples only identified to genus were included in a circle, we did not consider them conspecific with samples identified to species, although they could have been.

  Part of: Morín J, Venera-Pontón D, Driskell A, Sánchez J, Lasker H, Collin R (2019) Reference DNA barcodes and other mitochondrial markers for identifying Caribbean Octocorals. Biodiversity Data Journal 7: e30970. https://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.7.e30970