Data from: Adult frogs and tadpoles have different macroevolutionary patterns across the Australian continent

Sherratt E, Vidal-Garcia M, Anstis M, Keogh JS

Date Published: August 17, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.23j6t

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Title Supplementary data file 1
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Description Adult body shape data for 166 species. Linear measurements for characterizing the body shape of adult frogs. 1 SVL From tip of the snout to posterior tip of the urostyle 2 Head_l From tip of snout to angle of jaw 3 Head_width Width of head right behind the eyes 4 Eye_naris From anterior corner of eye to posterior edge of naris 5 Interorbital Distance between anterior corners of eyes 6 Internarial Distance between inner edges of nares 7 Naris_Snout Distance between anterior edge of naris and tip of the snout 8 Eye_l Distance between corners of eye (anterior to posterior) 9 Mouth_width Width of the head right between corners of the mouth 10 Humerus_l Distance between midpart of the pectoral girdle and elbow 11 Forearm_l Distance between elbow and wrist 12 Wrist_width Width of the wrist on its widest point 13 Hand_l Distance between the midpart of the wrist and the tip of the 3rd finger 14 Thumb Thumb length 15 Finger_4 4th finger length 16 Femur_l Distance between the midpart of the urostyle and the knee 17 Femur_width Maximum width of the femur (midpart) 18 Tibial_l Knee to heel (tibiofibular) 19 Tibial_width Maximum width of the tibia (midpart) 20 Foot_l_toe_1 Distance from base of 1st toe to tip of 4th toe 21 Foot_l_total Distance from heel to tip of 4th toe 22 Toe_1 Length of 1st toe (from tip to join between 1st and 2nd toe) 23 Toe_5 Length of 5th toe (from tip to join between 4th and 5th toe)
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Description Tadpole body shape data for 166 species. Landmarks and semilandmarks for characterizing the body shape of tadpoles. 1 Centre of the eye 2 Centre of the external nares 3 Point where the upper labium contacts the head/body 4 Point where the lower labium contacts the head/body 5 Intersection of the head/body and tail on the ventral side, anterior to the vent 6 Intersection of the ventral edge if the tail muscle and the head/body 7 Intersection of the dorsal edge if the tail muscle and the head/body 8 Tip of the tail 9 Point on the dorsal fin closest to landmark 7 (superficially denotes the intersection of the head/body and tail regions) 10 to 17 Equally-spaced semilandmarks marking the curve of the dorsal aspect of the head/body when viewed laterally 18 to 27 Equally-spaced semilandmarks marking the curve of the dorsal aspect of the tail fin when viewed laterally 28 to 37 Equally-spaced semilandmarks marking the curve of the ventral aspect of the tail fin when viewed laterally 38-45 Equally-spaced semilandmarks marking the curve of the ventral aspect of the head/body when viewed laterally 46 to 55 Equally-spaced semilandmarks marking the curve of the notochord
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Description Tadpole body size data. Centroid size of tadpoles.
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Description Phylogenetic tree of 166 species
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Description Classifier file with meta information for all 166 species in this study
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Sherratt E, Vidal-García M, Anstis M, Keogh JS (2017) Adult frogs and tadpoles have different macroevolutionary patterns across the Australian continent. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1(9): 1385-1391. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-017-0268-6

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Sherratt E, Vidal-Garcia M, Anstis M, Keogh JS (2017) Data from: Adult frogs and tadpoles have different macroevolutionary patterns across the Australian continent. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.23j6t
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