Data from: Feeding ecology is the primary driver of beak shape diversification in waterfowl

Olsen AM

Date Published: May 31, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.42s0c

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Title Beak shape by species
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Description A folder containing the species-averaged beak semilandmark coordinates, with each species in a separate file.
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Title Beak shape by specimen
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Description A folder containing beak semilandmark coordinates by specimen, with each specimen in a separate file.
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Title Beak shape specimen list
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Description A table of accession numbers and the collection source for all specimens used in this study.
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Title Burleigh, Kimball, Braun, 2015 ML Tree, pruned
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Description The tree used in this study. This is a tree from Burleigh, Kimball and Braun 2015, pruned to only include the species in this study.
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Title Diet composition full
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Description A spreadsheet of diet composition for each species, including the composition from each separate study and the average (in bold) across studies for each species.
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Title Diet composition
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Description A table of mean body mass and diet composition for each species.
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Olsen AM (2017) Feeding ecology is the primary driver of beak shape diversification in waterfowl. Functional Ecology 31(10): 1985-1995. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12890

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Olsen AM (2017) Data from: Feeding ecology is the primary driver of beak shape diversification in waterfowl. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.42s0c
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