Data from: The potential influence of morphology on the evolutionary divergence of an acoustic signal.

Pitchers WR, Klingenberg CP, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I

Date Published: August 4, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1kp0s

 

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Description Dryad repo. for Pitchers et al. 2014 "The potential influence of morphology on the evolutionary divergence of an acoustic signal" JEB list of included files: CGwing_analyses_final_2014.Rmd - Rmarkdown file for the analyses CGwing_analyses_final_2014.html - Html document produced by 'Knitting' the Rmd file Cricket_Wing_LMs.csv - datasheet of landmark coordinates from wing images CGCricketCallMeasures.csv - datasheet of call structure measures Cricket_Wing_Photos.zip - archive containing the original, unprocessed wing images
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Pitchers WR, Klingenberg CP, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (2014) The potential influence of morphology on the evolutionary divergence of an acoustic signal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(10): 2163-2176. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12471

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Pitchers WR, Klingenberg CP, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (2014) Data from: The potential influence of morphology on the evolutionary divergence of an acoustic signal. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1kp0s
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