Data from: Cladistic analysis of the Paleozoic bryozoan family Monticuliporidae and Mesotrypidae

 

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Title APPENDIX 1
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Description The 127 coded characters used in cladistic analyses of genera assigned to families Monticuliporidae and Mesotrypidae. These characters were cladistically informative (i.e., were synapomorphic) having states shared by in-group genera. This is a partial listing of 267 characters developed from the following sources (R. L. Anstey, personal communication): Anstey (1978), Anstey (1990), Anstey and Pachut 1995 (Appendices A and B), Anstey and Perry (1970, 1973), Blake and Snyder (1987), Corneliussen and Perry (1973), Cuffey and Blake (1991), Hageman (1991), Hickey (1988), Key (1990), McKinney (1977, 2000), Pachut and Anstey (1984), Pachut, Anstey, and Horowitz (1994), Prezbindowski and Anstey (1978), Spearing (1998), Tang and Cuffey (1998), and Taylor and Weedon (2000). Characters that could not be evaluated within a genus were coded using a question mark.
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Title APPENDIX 2
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Description Character states for 127 morphologic characters used in cladistics analysis. Characters, and character states, are defined in Appendix 1. Question marks reflect uncertain character state codes. The genus Goryunovia was utilized as an outgroup.
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Title APPENDIX 3
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Description Apomorphy listing, by cladogram node, for the heuristic analysis that was reweighted by maximum value of the rescaled consistency index (RC). RC ranges between 0.0 and 1.0 and is a (directly) proportional measure of a character’s fit to a tree. Triangles (►) indicate changes occurring in every possible tree reconstruction, whereas arrows (→) indicate changes in this reweighted analysis, and possibly in others, but not in all analyses.
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Adamczyk AD, Pachut JF (2013) Cladistic analysis of the Paleozoic bryozoan family Monticuliporidae and Mesotrypidae. Journal of Paleontology 87(4): 635-649. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/12-075

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Adamczyk AD, Pachut JF (2013) Data from: Cladistic analysis of the Paleozoic bryozoan family Monticuliporidae and Mesotrypidae. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.72vq2
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