Data from: Metamorphosis is ancestral for crown euarthropods, and evolved in the Cambrian or earlier

Wolfe JM

Date Published: July 5, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.19r5g

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Title Supplementary Data 1
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Description List of node calibrations, list of tip calibrations, specimen information, age details, and supplementary references.
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Title Supplementary Data 2
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Description Result of MP phylogenetic analysis in TNT.
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Title Supplementary Data 3
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Description MrBayes executable for node dating constrained to MP topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 4
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Description MrBayes executable for tip dating constrained to MP topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 5
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Description MrBayes executable for node dating simultaneously inferred with BI topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 6
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Description MrBayes executable for tip dating simultaneously inferred with BI topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 7
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Description Metamorphosis character coding. Character named "Eco" is the character mapped in this paper. Character named "Ana" represents presence (=1) or absence (=0) of anamorphic development, but this is not discussed in text.
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Title Supplementary Data 8
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Description R script for stochastic character mapping.
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Title Supplementary Data 9
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Description Result of node dating constrained to MP topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 10
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Description Result of tip dating constrained to MP topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 11
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Description Result of node dating simultaneously inferred with BI topology.
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Description Result of tip dating simultaneously inferred with BI topology.
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Title Supplementary Data 13
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Description Results of stochastic character mapping for metamorphosis on the MP node dated tree.
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Title Supplementary Data 14
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Description Results of stochastic character mapping for metamorphosis on the MP tip dated tree. Tip taxon names can be zoomed.
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Title Supplementary Data 15
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Description Results of stochastic character mapping for metamorphosis on the BI node dated tree.
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Description Results of stochastic character mapping for metamorphosis on the BI tip dated tree. Tip taxon names can be zoomed.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Wolfe JM (2017) Metamorphosis is ancestral for crown euarthropods, and evolved in the Cambrian or earlier. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57(3): 499-509. https://doi.org/10.1093/icb/icx039

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Wolfe JM (2017) Data from: Metamorphosis is ancestral for crown euarthropods, and evolved in the Cambrian or earlier. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.19r5g
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