Data from: Sex-specific shifts in morphology and colour pattern polymorphism during range expansion of an invasive lizard

Miller KA, Duran A, Melville J, Thompson MB, Chapple DG

Date Published: August 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r0874

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Title morphological_data_Ldelicata_JBI13075
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Description "morphological_data_Ldelicata_JBI13075.csv" contains the morphological measurements recorded from 1,188 L. delicata specimens across the native range in eastern Australia, and in the invasive ranges in New Zealand, Lord Howe Island, and the Hawaiian Islands. All specimens are identified by the ID code from the respective museums, with the year of collection, the sex of each specimen, and the respective range of distribution. See paper for more details on clade numbers and abbreviations for the morphological data.
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Miller KA, Duran A, Melville J, Thompson MB, Chapple DG (2017) Sex-specific shifts in morphology and colour pattern polymorphism during range expansion of an invasive lizard. Journal of Biogeography, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13075

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Miller KA, Duran A, Melville J, Thompson MB, Chapple DG (2017) Data from: Sex-specific shifts in morphology and colour pattern polymorphism during range expansion of an invasive lizard. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r0874
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