Data from: Testing for Depéret’s rule (body size increase) in mammals using combined extinct and extant data

Bokma F, Godinot M, Maridet O, Ladevèze S, Costeur L, Solé F, Gheerbrant E, Peigné S, Jacques F, Laurin M

Date Published: September 24, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4nd2j

 

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Title Body size estimates of fossil mammals
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Description Estimates of body size for fossil mammals, with geological age and taxonomic position, as well as information on the methods and source publications used to obtain each estimate.
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Title OSM2
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Description Phylogenetic tree of mammals with fossil species for which body size estimates were available added.
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Bokma F, Godinot M, Maridet O, Ladevèze S, Costeur L, Solé F, Gheerbrant E, Peigné S, Jacques F, Laurin M (2016) Testing for Depéret’s rule (body size increase) in mammals using combined extinct and extant data. Systematic Biology 65 (1): 98-108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syv075

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Bokma F, Godinot M, Maridet O, Ladevèze S, Costeur L, Solé F, Gheerbrant E, Peigné S, Jacques F, Laurin M (2015) Data from: Testing for Depéret’s rule (body size increase) in mammals using combined extinct and extant data. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4nd2j
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