Data from: Diversification rates are more strongly related to microhabitat than climate in squamate reptiles (lizards and snakes)

Bars-Closel M, Kohlsdorf T, Moen DS, Wiens JJ

Date Published: July 17, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c063r

 

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Description Supplementary File 1. Species richness, clade ages, and stem and crown diversification rates for 72 families of squamates.
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Description Supplementary File 2. Species richness, clade ages, and stem and crown diversification rates for 505 genera of squamates.
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Description Supplementary File 3. Microhabitat data for all squamate species included in this study, including references.
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Description Supplementary File 4. Raw and logit-transformed data for proportional and strict proportions of microhabitat use for 72 squamate families.
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Description Supplementary File 5. Raw and logit-transformed data for strict proportions of microhabitat use and climatic distribution for 505 squamate genera
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Description Supplementary File 6. Climatic distribution for all squamate species analyzed in this study.
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Description Supplementary File 7. Proportional climatic distributions of species in 72 squamate families.
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Description Supplementary File 8. Microhabitat data for the MuSSE analyses
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Description Supplementary File 9. Methods and results for time-dependent diversification analyses
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Description Supplementary File 10. Results from time-dependent diversification analyses for lizards (using stem-group ages)
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Description Supplementary File 11. Results from time-dependent diversification analyses for lizards (using crown-group ages)
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Description Supplementary File 12. Results from time-dependent diversification analyses for snakes (using stem-group ages)
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Description Supplementary File 13. Results from time-dependent diversification analyses for snakes (using crown-group ages)
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Bars-Closel M, Kohlsdorf T, Moen DS, Wiens JJ (2017) Diversification rates are more strongly related to microhabitat than climate in squamate reptiles (lizards and snakes). Evolution, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13305

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Bars-Closel M, Kohlsdorf T, Moen DS, Wiens JJ (2017) Data from: Diversification rates are more strongly related to microhabitat than climate in squamate reptiles (lizards and snakes). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c063r
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