Data from: Brain size evolution in pipefishes and seahorses: the role of feeding ecology, life history and sexual selection

Tsuboi M, Lim ACO, Ooi BL, Yip MY, Chong VC, Ahnesjö I, Kolm N

Date Published: October 24, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.45q7h

 

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Title Syngnathid brain size
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Description The file consists of three parts. First, the data for brain mass and body length for 339 individuals across 23 species are presented. Then, head shape of 23 species as described with 12 homologous landmarks are presented in NTS format. Finally, a nexus format description of molecular-morphological phylogeny (see paper for details) is provided. Uses needs to separate these three parts of this file with appropriate file extensions (.txt, .NTS and .nex) to repeat the analyses presented in the paper. Questions will be answered by Masahito Tsuboi (masa.tsuboi@gmail.com).
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Tsuboi M, Lim ACO, Ooi BL, Yip MY, Chong VC, Ahnesjö I, Kolm N (2017) Brain size evolution in pipefishes and seahorses: the role of feeding ecology, life history and sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30(1): 150–160. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12995

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Tsuboi M, Lim ACO, Ooi BL, Yip MY, Chong VC, Ahnesjö I, Kolm N (2016) Data from: Brain size evolution in pipefishes and seahorses: the role of feeding ecology, life history and sexual selection. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.45q7h
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