Data from: Mutualism with plants drives primate diversification

Gómez JM, Verdú M

Date Published: January 4, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kh21qb76

 

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Title Figure S1
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Description Saturared structural equation models for data using both extant (A) and extinct (B) primates
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Description Ecological role evolution along the Cenozoic. (A) Temporal change in the proportion of fossil primates being antagonistic or mutualistic. (B) Temporal change in the proportion of fossil primates with different diet during the Cenozoic period. The proportion of primates belonging to each ecological role or diet category is found at each time as the vertical width of the region covered by it. As observed, the proportion of mutualistic primates was gradullay increasing throughout Cenozoic period.
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Description Ecological role and species duration (A) Temporal duration of mutualistic and antagonistic fossil primates, quantified as the stratigraphic range in Ma. (B) Temporal duration of extinct primate genera belonging to different diet. As observed in the figure, primates belonging to different diet categories had different temporal duration. However, this difference was exclusively due to a longer duration of frugivorous primates consuming fleshy fruits and putatively behaving as seed dispersers and to a shorter duration of frugivorous primates consuming mostly seeds and hard fruits and behaving as antagonistics. When comparing only within frugivores, the stratigraphic range of antagonistic primates was significantly smaller than that of mutualistic ones. In contrast, the temporal duration of faunivorous, nectarivorous/gumnivorous and folivorous primates was statistically identical. The SEs of the reported averages are shown as error bars.
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Description Relationship between diet category and geographic range of extant primates.
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Description Relationship between body mass (in log kg) and geological age (in Ma) (N= 184 species) of fossil primate genera.
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Title Appendix S1_Living Primates Diet
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Description Living Primates Diet
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Title Appendix S2_Fossil Primates Diet
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Description Fossil Primates Diet
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Gómez JM, Verdú M (2012) Mutualism with plants drives primate diversification. Systematic Biology 61(4): 567-577. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syr127

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Gómez JM, Verdú M (2012) Data from: Mutualism with plants drives primate diversification. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kh21qb76
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