Just out this week, a new publication in collaboration with Luiz Rocha at the California Academy of Sciences and Prosanta Chakrabarty at the LSU Museum of Natural Science. Together we sequenced the mitochondrial genomes of two species of sawtail surgeonfishes. This genus of surgeonfishes isn't as common to come by as many of the others. Furthermore, it is the only genus of surgeonfishes that didn't have their mitochondrial genomes sequenced already. The addition of these two genomes allows us to examine the family as a whole, and can be used as a resource for future researchers. The publication is open access (freely available to download) and can be found in the journal Mitochondrial DNA Part B. Check it out and let me know what you think!