Data from: Body shape transformation along a shared axis of anatomical evolution in labyrinth fishes (Anabantoidei)

Collar DC, Quintero M, Buttler B, Ward AB, Mehta RS

Date Published: February 12, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2d7km

 

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Title Morphological measurements in labyrinth fishes
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Description Morphological measurements for individual specimens from 24 labyrinth fish species. These characters describe dimensions of the body and head as well as the number and shape of individual vertebrae in the precaudal and caudal regions of the axial skeleton. Abbreviations are as follows: SL is standard length, BD is body depth, BW is body width, HL is head length, HD is head depth, HW is head width, PCN is number of precaudal vertebrae, PCL is length of precaudal vertebrae, PCD is depth of precaudal vertebrae, PCW is width of precaudal vertebrae, CN is number of caudal vertebrae, CL is length of caudal vertebrae, CD is depth of caudal vertebrae, and CW is width of caudal vertebrae. All linear measurements are in mm.
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Collar DC, Quintero M, Buttler B, Ward AB, Mehta RS (2016) Body shape transformation along a shared axis of anatomical evolution in labyrinth fishes (Anabantoidei). Evolution 70(3): 555–567. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12887

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Collar DC, Quintero M, Buttler B, Ward AB, Mehta RS (2016) Data from: Body shape transformation along a shared axis of anatomical evolution in labyrinth fishes (Anabantoidei). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2d7km
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