Data from: Microhabitat and climatic niche change explain patterns of diversification among frog families

Moen DS, Wiens JJ

Date Published: February 24, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3p46b

 

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Title Microhabitat data
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Description These are the microhabitat data we compiled from the IUCN, AmphibiaWeb, field guides, and the primary literature. References refer to those listed in the following supplementary file. They are also listed at the end of the published manuscript.
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Title Microhabitat data references
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Title Climatic data
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Description Climatic data for anurans. Originally from the paper: Gómez-Rodríguez, C., A. Baselga, and J. J. Wiens. 2015. Is diversification rate related to climatic niche width? Global Ecology and Biogeography 24:383–395.
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Title Species-level phylogeny of Anura
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Description The species-level phylogeny we used to estimated phylogenetic means and rates of climatic niche change. This tree was pruned from the more comprehensive amphibian phylogeny of: Pyron, R. A. 2014. Biogeographic analysis reveals ancient continental vicariance and recent oceanic dispersal in amphibians. Systematic Biology 63:779–797.
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Title Family-level phylogeny of Anura
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Description The family-level phylogeny we used for more phylogenetic comparative analyses. This tree was pruned to a single (arbitrary) species per family from the more comprehensive amphibian phylogeny of: Pyron, R. A. 2014. Biogeographic analysis reveals ancient continental vicariance and recent oceanic dispersal in amphibians. Systematic Biology 63:779–797.
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Title R functions: PGLS correlation
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Description The first function within this file calculates a phylogenetic generalized least squares (PGLS) correlation between 2 or more variables. The second function calculates the statistical significance of these correlations. The first function was derived from: Rohlf, F. J. 2006. A comment on phylogenetic correction. Evolution 60:1509-1515. See comments within the file for the appropriate use of the functions.
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Moen DS, Wiens JJ (2017) Microhabitat and climatic niche change explain patterns of diversification among frog families. The American Naturalist 190(1): 29-44. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/692065

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Moen DS, Wiens JJ (2017) Data from: Microhabitat and climatic niche change explain patterns of diversification among frog families. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3p46b
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