Data from: Tempo and mode of performance evolution across multiple independent origins of adhesive toe pads in lizards

Hagey TJ, Uyeda JC, Crandell KE, Cheney JA, Autumn K, Harmon LJ

Date Published: July 20, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.45623

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Title toe detachment angle trials
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Description Our observed measurements of toe pad performance (toe detachment angle). These data include all of our observed trials, covering multiple individuals. The "individual" column represents the "names" of the individual animals tested and span multiple studies, hence there is no universal naming theme. Unique names relate to each individual. Note that some Anolis species are assigned a name of "NA" indicating that individual was not recored for that species. Following Hagey it al Journal of Experimental Biology 2016 219: 1603-1607; doi: 10.1242/jeb.129940, we fit each individual's set of trials to the weibull distribution, estimating a scale parameter with error for each individual. We then calculated a weighted species average using each individuals estimated scale parameter, weighted by the inverse of their error.
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Title toe pad presence absence
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Description List of species and their toe pad assignment (presence or absence) used in our ancestral state reconstruciton
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Hagey TJ, Uyeda JC, Crandell KE, Cheney JA, Autumn K, Harmon LJ (2017) Tempo and mode of performance evolution across multiple independent origins of adhesive toe pads in lizards. Evolution 71(10): 2344-2358. https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.13318

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Hagey TJ, Uyeda JC, Crandell KE, Cheney JA, Autumn K, Harmon LJ (2017) Data from: Tempo and mode of performance evolution across multiple independent origins of adhesive toe pads in lizards. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.45623
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