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Data S1 (for Reusch et al. 2010): Microsatellites reveal origin and genetic diversity of Eurasian invasions by one of the world’s most notorious marine invader, Mnemiopsis leidyi (Ctenophora).

Data S2 Alignment of DNA sequences of the 18S-ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region in Mnemiopsis spp. from eight locations, three native (Woods Hole—New England; Gulf of Mexico—Panacea, and Galveston Bay) and six invaded ones.

Table S1 Seven microsatellite primers in the comb jelly M. leidyi

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