Data from: Mixed assemblages of drilling predators and the problem of identity in the fossil record: a case study using the muricid gastropod Ecphora

Casey MM, Farrell ÚC, Dietl GP, Veilleux DJ

Date Published: June 25, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m8413

 

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Title Supplemental Figure 1: Regression lines for OBD versus A-P length.
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Description Regressions of outer borehole diameter (OBD) of predatory drill-holes on antero-posterior length (A-P length) of prey shells by locality (Pliocene and Recent). OBD is used as a proxy for predator size, therefore, plotting OBD by A-P length is used to detect significant relationships between predator and prey body size.
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Casey MM, Farrell ÚC, Dietl GP, Veilleux DJ (2015) Mixed assemblages of drilling predators and the problem of identity in the fossil record: a case study using the muricid gastropod Ecphora. Paleobiology 41(4): 680-696. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/pab.2015.32

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