Data from: Recent rapid speciation and ecomorph divergence in Indo-Australian sea snakes

 

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Title IM_coggeri_vs_melano
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Description IM input for coggeri versus melanocephalus comparison
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Title morphology&diet_data.xls
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Description Excel spreadsheet of morphometric data (snout to vent length, relative girth at 0.75 snout to vent length versus neck); and new (previously unpublished) diet records
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Sanders KL, Rasmussen AR, Mumpuni, Elmberg J, de Silva A, Guinea ML, Lee MSY (2013) Recent rapid speciation and ecomorph divergence in Indo-Australian sea snakes. Molecular Ecology 22(10): 2742-2759. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12291

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Sanders KL, Rasmussen AR, Mumpuni, Elmberg J, de Silva A, Guinea ML, Lee MSY (2013) Data from: Recent rapid speciation and ecomorph divergence in Indo-Australian sea snakes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c08b5
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