Data from: Walk the line: 600,000 years of molar evolution constrained by allometry in the fossil rodent Mimomys savini

Firmat C, Lozano-Fernández I, Agustí J, Bolstad GH, Cuenca-Bescós G, Hansen TF, Pélabon C

Date Published: July 11, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mg0v4

 

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Description The folder contains: [1] the raw data as used in the analysis (site abbreviations follow Table 1), [2] The posterior distribution of (co)variance matrices estimated at the two levels (within and among populations) using the MCMCglmm approach. [3] Data for the Cososmys primus lineage from Lich’s paper (1990, Paleobiology) reanalyzed in figure 4 (sample means).
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Firmat C, Lozano-Fernández I, Agustí J, Bolstad GH, Cuenca-Bescós G, Hansen TF, Pélabon C (2014) Walk the line: 600,000 years of molar evolution constrained by allometry in the fossil rodent Mimomys savini. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 369(1649): 20140057. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2014.0057

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Firmat C, Lozano-Fernández I, Agustí J, Bolstad GH, Cuenca-Bescós G, Hansen TF, Pélabon C (2014) Data from: Walk the line: 600,000 years of molar evolution constrained by allometry in the fossil rodent Mimomys savini. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mg0v4
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