Data from: Phenotypic shifts in urban areas in the tropical lizard Anolis cristatellus

Winchell KM, Reynolds RG, Prado-Irwin SR, Puente-Rolón AR, Revell LJ

Date Published: May 16, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h234n

 

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Title data for wild-caught individuals
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Description All animals measured were adult males. Comma-separated data file containing the following variables, all morphological variables in mm unless otherwise noted: * ID: unique ID for each animal * date (YYYY_MM_DD): date of capture and measurement * Site: municipality of population * context: natural or urban * perch: perch type * bodytemp.C: body temperature (C) at time of capture * perch.temp.C: perch temperature (C) at time of capture * ambient.temp.C: air temperature (C) at perch location at time of capture * humidity.percent: percent humidity at perch location at time of capture * perch.height.cm: height to perch location (cm) * perch.diam.cm: diameter at perch location (cm) * weight.g: lizard weight (g) * head.height.mm: externally measured head height (mm) * svl.mm: externally measured snout-vent length (mm) * local.time.decimal: time of capture in decimal format * flags: data flags (ground animals and sick animals) * JL: right and left averaged jaw length (measured from xray) * JW: jaw width (measured from xray) * METC: right and left averaged metacarpals * RAD: right and left averaged radius * ULN: right and left averaged ulna * HUM: right and left averaged humerus * FEM: right and left averaged femur * TIB: right and left averaged tibia * FIB: right and left averaged fibula * METT1 & METT2: right and left metatarsals averaged (1st and 2nd) * FL: total forelimb length * HL: total hindlimb length
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Title data for common garden individuals
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Description All adults measured at time of specimen preparation at end of egg-laying. All F1 measured at approximately 365 days post-hatching. NA’s exist in the data where injury, illness, or other factors made it difficult to confidently measure a variable. Comma-separated data file containing the following variables, all morphological variables in mm: * ID: unique ID for each animal * generation: F1 for offspring, P for parental (wildcaught) * dam: mother for offspring * context: natural or urban * sex: male or female (a small number of animals we were unable to confidently sex at time of death or measurement) * front_lamellae1 & front_lamellae2: counts of front lamellae numbers from scans * rear_lamellae1 & rear_lamellae2: counts of rear lamellae numbers from scans * rMETC & lMETC: right and left metacarpal * rRAD & lRAD: right and left radius * rULM & lULN: right and left ulna * rHUM & lHUM: right and left humerus * rFEM & lFEM: right and left femur * rTIB & lTIB: right and left tibia * rFIB & lFIB: right and left fibula * rMET1, rMET2, lMET1, lMET2: right and left metatarsals (1st and 2nd) * SVL: internally measured snout-vent-length (mm)
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Winchell KM, Reynolds RG, Prado-Irwin SR, Puente-Rolón AR, Revell LJ (2016) Phenotypic shifts in urban areas in the tropical lizard Anolis cristatellus. Evolution 70(5): 1009–1022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12925

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Winchell KM, Reynolds RG, Prado-Irwin SR, Puente-Rolón AR, Revell LJ (2016) Data from: Phenotypic shifts in urban areas in the tropical lizard Anolis cristatellus. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h234n
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