Data from: Latitudinal body size trends in Oligo-Miocene mammals

Orcutt JD, Hopkins SSB

Date Published: May 17, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q8bf1

 

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Description Supplementary Data 1. Raw fossil data. Repository and Specimen indicate the collection in which specimen is held and its specimen number. Family, Subfamily, Tribe, Genus, and Species indicate taxonomy of the specimen. Site and Site # indicate name and locality number of site at which specimen was found. Formation indicates geologic formation in which specimen was found. Region and Subregion indicate the biological region in which specimen was found (after Tedford et al. 2004). Age indicates NALMA subdivision to which specimen dates (after Tedford et al. 2004). Latitude indicates decimal latitude of site. Source indicates whether specimen was measured by authors or collected from published literature, in which case citation of paper containing measurement is included. Following columns indicate type of measurement made and dental measurements in millimeters: 2LPL = 2nd lower premolar length, 3LPL = 3rd lower premolar length, 4LPL = 4th lower premolar length, 1LML = 1st lower molar length, 2LML = 2nd lower molar length, 3LML = 3rd lower molar length, 2UML = 2nd upper molar length. Equid Mass indicates estimated mass of equids in kilograms (using equations of Janis 1990).
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Description Supplementary Data 2. Raw recent data. Repository and Specimen indicate the collection in which specimen is held and its specimen number. Family, Genus, and Species indicate taxonomy of the specimen. Latitude indicates decimal latitude of site. Mass indicates reported mass of specimen in kilograms.
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Orcutt JD, Hopkins SSB (2016) Latitudinal body-mass trends in Oligo-Miocene mammals. Paleobiology 42(4): 643-658. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/pab.2016.13

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Orcutt JD, Hopkins SSB (2016) Data from: Latitudinal body size trends in Oligo-Miocene mammals. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q8bf1
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