Data from: Process-based species pools reveal the hidden signature of biotic interactions amid the influence of temperature filtering

Lessard J, Weinstein BG, Borregaard MK, Marske KA, Rojas DR, McGuire JA, Parra JL, Rahbek C, Graham CH

Date Published: August 25, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t897q

 

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Title hummer_traits_Lessard
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Description We compiled measurements of body mass (in grams) and exposed culmen (in millimeters) from literature and unpublished data, including PhD dissertations and measurements taken in the field, for males and females of 334 species of hummingbirds. For the species that were sampled in the field, body mass was measured to the nearest 0.1 g with 10-g and 50-g Pesola spring balances, and exposed culmen was measured to the nearest 0.1 mm with dial calipers.
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Title hummer_tree_Lessard
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Description We used a phylogenetic tree (fig. S2) constructed from DNA sequences covering six genetic loci (four nuclear and two mitochondrial) representing 284 hummingbird species, and 15 out-group species spanning four avian orders (McGuire et al. 2014). We then pruned the tree to include only the 281 species included in our global hummingbird distribution data. Sampling includes 101 of 105 currently recognized trochilid genera (lacking only three monotypic genera: Anopetia, Hylonympha, and Sternoclyta, and the bitypic genus Augastes, all with very restricted ranges). Time-calibrated Bayesian phylogenetic analyses were performed using BEAST v1.7.1 (Drummond and Rambaut 2007) with calibrations for divergence dating analyses using substitution rate priors (rather than fossil calibrations) based on rate estimates generated for Hawaiian honeycreepers (Lerner et al. 2011).
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Lessard J, Weinstein BG, Borregaard MK, Marske KA, Rojas DR, McGuire JA, Parra JL, Rahbek C, Graham CH (2015) Process-based species pools reveal the hidden signature of biotic interactions amid the influence of temperature filtering. The American Naturalist 187(1): 75-88. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/684128

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Lessard J, Weinstein BG, Borregaard MK, Marske KA, Rojas DR, McGuire JA, Parra JL, Rahbek C, Graham CH (2015) Data from: Process-based species pools reveal the hidden signature of biotic interactions amid the influence of temperature filtering. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t897q
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