Data from: Mouth asymmetry in the textbook example of scale-eating cichlid fish is not a discrete dimorphism after all

 

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Title Wild-caught adult Perissodus microlepis fish
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Description Mouth asymmetry (mouth bending angle) and body size (standard length) of 238 wild-caught adult Perissodus microlepis fish
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Title Lab-reared 3 month old juvenile Perissodus microlepis fish
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Description Mouth asymmetry (mouth bending angle) and PC-1 scores (geometric and morphometric analysis) of laboratory-reared 3 month old juvenile Perissodus microlepis fish
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Title Lab-reared 7 month old juvenile Perissodus microlepis fish
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Description Mouth asymmetry (mouth bending angle), PC-1 scores (geometric and morphometric analysis) and body size (total length) of laboratory-reared 7 month old juvenile Perissodus microlepis fish
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Title Morphometric_Lab-reared 3 and 7 month fish
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Description TPS file for geometric and morphometric analysis on mouth asymmetry of laboratory-reared 3 and 7 month old juvenile Perissodus microlepis fish
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Kusche H, Lee HJ, Meyer A (2012) Mouth asymmetry in the textbook example of scale-eating cichlid fish is not a discrete dimorphism after all. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279(1748): 4715-4723. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2012.2082

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Kusche H, Lee HJ, Meyer A (2012) Data from: Mouth asymmetry in the textbook example of scale-eating cichlid fish is not a discrete dimorphism after all. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4605c
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