Data from: Sexual dichromatism in wing pigmentation of New World dragonflies follows Rensch’s rule

Santos ESA, Machado G

Date Published: April 15, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f809j

 

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Title Libellulidae phylogeny
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Description This is the tree that was used in our phylogenetic RMA analyses. This tree was reconstructed from Figure 4 of Carle et al. (2015) Arthropod Syst. Phylo, 73, 281-301. The tree was pruned to our dataset prior to analyses.
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Title Wing pigmentation and length of Libellulidae dragonflies
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Description File contains all the 89 Libellulidae dragonfly species with wing pigmentation and wing length data. Data is supplied as (1) average wing length of the anterior right wing, per sex and per species; (2) average proportion of wing pigmentation of the posterior right wing, per sex and per species. Sample sizes are informed for each sex per species.
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Title Territoriality information of Libellulidae dragonflies
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Description This file contains information on whether a species is territorial or non-territorial (see main text for more information).
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Santos ESA, Machado G (2016) Sexual dichromatism in wing pigmentation of New World dragonflies follows Rensch’s rule. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29(7): 1447-1454. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12885

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Santos ESA, Machado G (2016) Data from: Sexual dichromatism in wing pigmentation of New World dragonflies follows Rensch’s rule. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f809j
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