Phylogenetic relationships among 121 octocoral genera, including seven specimens (highlighted red) collected in and around TARP, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, using the combined 28S rDNA+COI+mtMutS dataset (total n = 127). The best Maximum Likelihood tree is shown, with values at branches representing bootstrap probabilities (shown when > 70%; top/left) and Bayesian posterior probabilities (shown when > 0.80; bottom/right; A = 1.00, B = 0.95–0.99, C = 0.90–0.94, D = 0.80–0.89). Key: * represents 100%/1.00 for both analyses. Important values concerning target specimens are red. Non-stoloniferous families are shown with family classification only and stoloniferous families are highlighted in grey. Sclerite-free species are indicated with a blue dot. Cornularia spp. were used as outgroup.

  Part of: Lau YW, Reimer JD (2019) A first phylogenetic study on stoloniferous octocorals off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, with the description of two new genera and five new species. ZooKeys 872: 127-158.