Data from: Evolution at a different pace: distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos

Cunha RL, Lima FP, Tenorio MJ, Ramos AA, Castilho R, Williams ST

Date Published: August 7, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.48s53

 

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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description Combined data file: One fragment obtained with the universal primers 16Sar-L and 16Sbr-H (Palumbi, 1996), amplified a 472-base pair (bp) of the 16S rRNA gene in 115 specimens. The other fragment was obtained using C. guanche specific primers and amplified a 777-bp portion of the NADH dehydrogenase subunit 4 (NADH4) mitochondrial gene in 143 specimens. Additionally, a partial fragment (505 bp) of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS1) of nuclear-encoded ribosomal DNA was amplified in 129 specimens using C. guanche specific primers.
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description Mitochondrial fragment of 2,044 bp. This fragment includes the 3’ end of the 12S rRNA, the complete tRNA-Valine (Val), the 5’ portion of the 16S rRNA, and a partial sequence of the cytochrome b gene - cyt b
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description S1- List of specimens of Conus guanche used in this study, sampling sites and island/country. Voucher numbers for Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle specimens are included in the associated ReadMe (S1_dryad.48s53). S2- Selected points for capturing the shape of the shell and each radular tooth of Conus guanche. S4- Selected points for capturing the shape of each radular tooth of Conus guanche. (a) Average Pairwise Procrustes distances within groups of specimens of Conus guanche defined by locality, based on shell morphometry; (b) Pairwise Procrustes distances between groups defined by locality, based on shell morphometry of Conus guanche; (c) Average Pairwise Procrustes distances within groups of specimens of Conus guanche defined by locality, based on radula morphometry; (d) Pairwise Procrustes distances between groups defined by locality, based on radula morphometry of Conus guanche. S6- Selected variables and their importance (in %) obtained with the Random Forests (RF) model used to evaluate their effect on Conus diversity. (a) worldwide; (b) along the West African coast.
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description (a) Canonical variate analysis (CVA) of the shape of the shell of 92 specimens from 6 populations of Conus guanche considering sample location (island/continent) as grouping factor. Deformation grids of the 2D scatter plots of the CVA are shown. CV1 represents the increase of the spire height with the concomitant ascent of the point markings the maximum width of the shells. CV2 represents the lowering of the spire height and the enlargement of the aperture of the shell;
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description (b) CVA of the shape of 84 radular teeth of 42 specimens from 6 populations of Conus guanche considering sample location as grouping factor. The 2D scatter plots of the CVA and the corresponding deformation grids are shown. CV1 represents the relative shortening of the radular tooth along the middle point of its axis. CV2 represents the shortening of the anterior portion and the increase of the width of the shaft of the radular tooth. The numbers in the shell and radular tooth represent landmarks and semilandmarks used in geometric morphometric analyses (see further details in Supplementary material_S2).
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description Phylogenetic relationships of Conus guanche based on Bayesian inference analysis of mitochondrial (NADH4 and 16S rRNA) and nuclear (internal transcriber spacer ITS1) sequence data using MRBAYES. Numbers above and below the nodes represent Bayesian posterior probabilities and ML bootstrap proportions, respectively.
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description Worldwide Conus diversity. Data from NatureServe and IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) 2012. Cone snails. In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.2. http://www.iucnredlist.org. Downloaded on 05/03/2014.
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Title Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos
Description Worldwide sea surface temperature variation. The scale represents temperature (ºC). Latitudes and longitudes are shown.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Cunha RL, Lima FP, Tenorio MJ, Ramos AA, Castilho R, Williams ST (2014) Evolution at a different pace: distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos. Systematic Biology 63(6): 971-987. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syu059

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Cunha RL, Lima FP, Tenorio MJ, Ramos AA, Castilho R, Williams ST (2014) Data from: Evolution at a different pace: distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.48s53
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