Data from: Coevolution between flight morphology, vertical stratification and sexual dimorphism: what can we learn from tropical butterflies?

Graça MB, Pequeno PACL, Franklin E, Morais JW

Date Published: July 11, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.db827

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Description Data matrix on morphological and ecological traits of 94 species of tropical fruit-feeding butterflies. WTR refers to wing-thorax ratio, calculated as wtr = forewing length²/thorax volume; cf refers to canopy fidelity, estimated from hierarchical Bayesian modeling on butterfly occurrence in canopy or understorey; tv refers to thoracic volume, calculated as tv = thorax length x thorax width²; war refers to wing aspect ratio, calculated as war = 4 x forewing length²/wing area. Traits are separated for males and females.
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Graça MB, Pequeno PACL, Franklin E, Morais JW (2017) Coevolution between flight morphology, vertical stratification and sexual dimorphism: what can we learn from tropical butterflies?. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30(10): 1862-1871. https://doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13145

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Graça MB, Pequeno PACL, Franklin E, Morais JW (2017) Data from: Coevolution between flight morphology, vertical stratification and sexual dimorphism: what can we learn from tropical butterflies? Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.db827
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