Data from: Mandible allometry in extant and fossil Balaenopteridae (Cetacea: Mammalia): the largest vertebrate skeletal element and its role in rorqual lunge-feeding

 

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Title Fig5AC_mandible
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Description This file is a nexus file that uses log-transformed museum specimens from the first dataset (mature specimens only) to regress C-C against by Cu and Ch (mandible measurements) using PICs. See main text for details on tree source.
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Title Supplemental Data
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Description Word document that provides full institutional abbreviations in the morphometric dataset; results on PICs of extant morphometric data; and predictive equations for estimating complete mandibles and body size in extinct balaenopterids.
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Title Fig6_CHvTL
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Description This file is a nexus file that uses log-transformed museum specimens from the second dataset (mature and immature specimens only) to regress Ch (mandible measurements) against TL using PICs for all extant Mysticeti. See main text for details on tree source.
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Title Mandibles MS dataset_R1_final
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Description Specimen-based morphometrics for both datasets (first and second) used in the analyses. See main text for details.
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Pyenson ND, Goldbogen JA, Shadwick RE (2012) Data from: Mandible allometry in extant and fossil Balaenopteridae (Cetacea: Mammalia): the largest vertebrate skeletal element and its role in rorqual lunge-feeding. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108(3): 586–599. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8312.2012.02032.x

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Pyenson ND, Goldbogen JA, Shadwick RE (2012) Data from: Mandible allometry in extant and fossil Balaenopteridae (Cetacea: Mammalia): the largest vertebrate skeletal element and its role in rorqual lunge-feeding. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bt739
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