Data from: Functional constraints on coiling geometry and aperture inclination in gastropods

Noshita K, Asami T, Ubukata T

Date Published: November 17, 2011

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6mk023c0

 

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Title Supplementary Table 1
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Description Specimens examined, habitat and measured values of parameters: M = marine species; F = freshwater species; L = land species; SUM = Shizuoka University; SHIN = Shinshu University; BPBM = Bishop Museum; SPMN = Network for Shizuoka Prefecture Museum of Natural History; UMUT = University Museum, University of Tokyo.
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Title Supplementary Table 2
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Description Lists of repeated measurement of the Raup’s parameter. These lists were obtained from 30-repeated measurement of each specimen.
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Title Supplementary Table 3
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Description Statistics for each the Raup’s parameter of each specimen: Min = minimum; Q1 = lower quartile; Q3 = upper quartile; Max = maximum; SD=standard deviation; CV=coefficient of variation.
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Title Supplementary Figure 1
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Description Three-dimensional contour diagrams depicting the postural stability (1/Λ) and the available space for soft-body (E) values on the Γ-Δ apertural inclination morphospace for various combinations of the translation rate T and umbilical width D (for the whorl translation rate W = 100.2). The positions of actual specimens with parameters close to the values depicted on the diagrams are plotted by symbols representing their respective habitats (land, freshwater, and marine). The criterion for including a specimen on the diagram is that the measured parameters (W, T, and D) fall within a certain range of the plotted values ( , Ts, and Ds), such that W = , T = Ts ± 0.5, and D = Ds ± 0.1.
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Title Supplementary Figure 2
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Description Contour diagrams of 1/Λ (above) and E (below) on the same morphospace shown in Supplementary Figures 1, but with a whorl translation rate of W = 100.6 (see Supplementary Fig. 1 for details.)
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Title Supplementary Figure 3
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Description A, B. Nerita chamaeleon (interim number 700). C, D. Terebra areolata (interim number 2141). E, F. Achatina fulica (interim number L-288). G, H. Acavus haemastoma (interim number L-523). I, J. Aegista vermis (interim number L-93). A, C, E, G, and I. Model parameters are determined from measurements of specimens viewed from lateral (A, C, E, G, and I) and umbilical (B, D, F, H, and J) perspectives. All scale bars, 2 cm.
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Description Box and whisker diagrams of each ’of Raup’s parameters. These plots summary sample minimum (Min), lower quartile (Q1), median, upper quartile (Q3), and sample maximum (Max). Black cross (×) indicates the mean of sample.
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Noshita K, Asami T, Ubukata T (2012) Functional constraints on coiling geometry and aperture inclination in gastropods. Paleobiology 38(2): 322-334. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/10060.1

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Noshita K, Asami T, Ubukata T (2012) Data from: Functional constraints on coiling geometry and aperture inclination in gastropods. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6mk023c0
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