Data from: Phylogeny of mental glands, revisited

Sever DM, Siegel DS, Taylor MS, Beachy CK

Date Published: March 25, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hm202

 

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Title Supplementary table 1
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Description Species and GenBank accession numbers for rag1 sequences used in this study.
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Title Supplementary figure 1
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Description Unconstrained topology for selected taxa in the salamander family Plethodontidae using Rag1 sequence obtained from GenBank.
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Title Supplementary figure 2
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Description Topology for selected taxa in the salamander family Plethodontidae using Rag1 sequence obtained from GenBank. This topology is constrained to form a monophyletic unit for Pseudotrition, Gyrinophilus, and Stereochilus.
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Title Supp. Fig. 3 - Gland presence parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of mental glands within Plethodontidae. Two states were considered: absent (white) and present (black). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods).
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Title Supp. Fig. 4 - Gland morphology parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of mental gland morphology within Plethodontidae. Six unordered states were considered: absent (white), small pad (black), large pad (red), anterior protrusion (yellow), bifurcated (green), and fan-shaped (blue). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods).
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Title Supp. Fig. 5 - Head rubbing parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of heading rubbing within Plethodontidae. Two states were considered: absent (white) and present (black). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods).
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Title Supp. Fig. 6 - Pulling parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of pulling behavior within Plethodontidae. Two states were considered: absent (white) and present (black). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods).
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Title Supp. Fig. 7 - Snapping parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of snapping behavior within Plethodontidae. Two states were considered: absent (white) and present (black). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods).
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Title Supp. Fig. 8 - Slapping parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of slapping behavior within Plethodontidae. Two states were considered: absent (white) and present (black). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods
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Title Supp. Fig. 9 - Biting restraint parsimony
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Description Parsimony reconstruction of biting/restraint behavior within Plethodontidae. Two states were considered: absent (white) and present (black). Pie charts at each node provide the most parsimonious reconstruction for each node. The phylogeny was reconstructed using a Bayesian analysis of Rag1 sequences (see Materials and Methods).
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Sever DM, Siegel DS, Taylor MS, Beachy CK (2016) Phylogeny of mental glands, revisited. Copeia 2016(1): 83-93. http://dx.doi.org/10.1643/CH-14-210

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Sever DM, Siegel DS, Taylor MS, Beachy CK (2016) Data from: Phylogeny of mental glands, revisited. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hm202
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