Data from: Evolutionary shifts in habitat aridity predict evaporative water loss across squamate reptiles

Cox CL, Cox RM

Date Published: July 15, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7nh1v

 

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Title Evaporative Water Loss of Squamate Species
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Description Habitat type, Mass, Evaporative Water Loss, Measurement Conditions and Measurement Code for 120 species of squamate reptiles. For Habitat Type, A = arid, M= mesic, and S = semiarid. TEWL= Total Evaporative Water Loss. Please see manuscript for the description of how the habitat types were assigned. Please see Supplementary Table S1 for the literature cited associated with each species.
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Title Squamate Habitat Types
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Description A list of the habitat types for 860 species of squamate reptiles. A = arid, S=semiarid, and M= mesic. Please see manuscript for details of how habitat type was assigned. Please see supplementary Table S2 for the literature cited associated with this data.
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Title Habitat types bordering squamate geographic ranges
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Description List of habitat types of species and both the number and types of habitats bordering the geographic range of 227 squamate reptiles from North America. A = arid, S = semiarid, and M = mesic. Please see manuscript for methodology and literature cited associated with this data.
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Cox CL, Cox RM (2015) Evolutionary shifts in habitat aridity predict evaporative water loss across squamate reptiles. Evolution 69(9): 2507-2516. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12742

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Cox CL, Cox RM (2015) Data from: Evolutionary shifts in habitat aridity predict evaporative water loss across squamate reptiles. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7nh1v
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