Data from: How has the environment shaped geographical patterns of insect body sizes? A test of hypotheses using sphingid moths

Beerli N, Baertschi F, Ballesteros-Mejia L, Kitching IJ, Beck J

Date Published: May 16, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.16d29d6

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Title Sphingid body size
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Description Body size measures (body length, forewing length, thorax width) as used and described in Beerli et al. Nomenclature and taxonomic placement are consistent with our range map data (available on mol.org), but they may differ from nomenclature used in referenced sources as well as current taxonomic placements. Measures are for n = 1 individual per species. See the publication for an explanation of the "set_scan"-columns. The datafile is identical to Appendix ES1 published through the journal's website.
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Beerli N, Bärtschi F, Ballesteros‐Mejia L, Kitching IJ, Beck J (2019) How has the environment shaped geographical patterns of insect body sizes? A test of hypotheses using sphingid moths. Journal of Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13583

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Beerli N, Baertschi F, Ballesteros-Mejia L, Kitching IJ, Beck J (2019) Data from: How has the environment shaped geographical patterns of insect body sizes? A test of hypotheses using sphingid moths. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.16d29d6
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