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For specimen collections, valuable advice and logistic assistance we thank Senifa Annandale, Frank Baensch, Chris Bowen, John Coppolino, Joshua Copus, Matthew Craig, Edward DeMartini, John Earle, Jeff Eble, Jen Fessler, Brian Greene, David Greenfield, J.P. Hobbs, Shelley Jones, Stephen Karl, Nicolai Konow, Randy Kosaki, Mike Lameier, Ross Langston, Ken Longenecker, Marvin Lutneski, Carl Meyer, Gustav Pauley, Jason Philibotte, John Randall, D. Ross Robertson, Kang-Ning Shen, Charles Sheppard, Julian Sprung, Robert Thorn, Ellen Waldrop, Jimmy Young and Zoltan Szabo. We also thank Robert Toonen and members of the ToBo lab for logistic support, Moises Bernal, Claudia Rocha, Anna Sellas and Brian Simison at the California Academy of Sciences for support and lively discussions, and the Center for Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics at the University of Hawai'i for their assistance with DNA sequencing. This research was supported by National Science Foundation grants to BWB (most recently OCE-0929031), by the Seaver Institute, and by a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) postgraduate fellowship to JDD. MRG was supported by a fellowship from the University of Hawai'i Sea Grant College Program, SOEST, under Institutional Grant No. NA090AR4170060 from NOAA Office of Sea Grant, Department of Commerce and the California Academy of Sciences. DRB was supported by the Australian Research Council. Field work at Cocos/Keeling and Christmas Island (Indian Ocean) was supported by National Geographic Grant 8208-07 to Matthew T. Craig. This is contribution no. 1578 from the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, no. 9061 from the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, and UNIHI-SEAGRANT-JC-11-22 from the University of Hawai'i Sea Grant Program.