Data from: The more, the better: the use of multiple landmark configurations to solve the phylogenetic relationships in Musteloids

Catalano SA, Ercoli MD, Prevosti FJ

Date Published: December 23, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26m66

 

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Description Specimens analyzed indicating collection number, species, and views included. CV- ventral view of cranium, AHu- cranial view of the distal extreme of humerus, LAx- lateral view of axis, LEs- lateral view of scapula, LIP- lateral view of pelvis, LUl- lateral view of ulna, LVI- lateral view of sixth cervical vertebra, LM- lateral view of mandible, PFe- caudal view of the proximal extreme of femur
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Description Supplementary Data 2. List of landmark configurations including number of landmarks (first column) and its description (second column) for each view analyzed. Semi-landmarks in axis and sixth cervical are indicated with an asterisk.
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Description Supplementary Data 3. Description of the standardization procedure followed to simultaneously analyze several landmark configurations. A discussion about the different possible approaches to standardized landmark data is also included.
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Description Supplementary Data 4. Topology and taxonomic groups used as reference for evaluation of the effect of the inclusion of an increasing number of landmark configurations. The backbone topology was derived from Sato et al. (2013). The phylogenetic relationships within procyonids are based on Koepfli et al. (1997). The phylogenetic relationships within mustelids were derived from Sato et al. (2013) with a complementary use of Koepfli & Wayne (1998) and Koepfli et al. (2008).
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Description Supplementary Data 5. Trees where data shown in Table 2 is based on.
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Description Supplementary Data 6. Complementary analyses conducted in order to evaluate if different methodological decisions made during the analyses (method of superimposition, standardization procedure, presence of missing data, phylogeny used as reference) affect the main conclusions obtained in the present study.
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Description Supplementary Data 7. Dataset and best tree obtained considering the 9 configurations. The script used to run the analysis in TNT (land_searches.run) is also included.
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Catalano SA, Ercoli MD, Prevosti FJ (2015) The more, the better: the use of multiple landmark configurations to solve the phylogenetic relationships in Musteloids. Systematic Biology 64(2): 294-306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syu107

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Catalano SA, Ercoli MD, Prevosti FJ (2014) Data from: The more, the better: the use of multiple landmark configurations to solve the phylogenetic relationships in Musteloids. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26m66
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