Data from: A small yet occasional meal: predatory drill holes in Paleocene ostracods from Argentina and methods to infer predation intensity

Villegas-Martín J, Ceolin D, Fauth G, Klompmaker A

Date Published: March 26, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.80df776

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Title Data of the drill holes and ostracods drilled from the Danian of Argentina
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Description Data of the drill holes and ostracods drilled from the Danian (Roca and Jagüel formations) of Argentina.
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Title Valve size measurements of drilled and not drilled on Togoina argentinensis from the Danian of Argentina.
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Description The valve size measurements on Togoina argentinensis (drilled and not drilled specimens) from the Danian (Roca and Jagüel formations) of Argentina and the type of valve found are indicated.
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Title Specimen number, relative abundance, and drilled and not drilled ostracods from the Danian of Argentina
Description The dataset contains the specimen number, relative abundance, and drilled and not drilled ostracod species for the Roca and Jagüel formations from the Danian of Argentina.
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Villegas-Martín J, Ceolin D, Fauth G, Klompmaker A (2019) A small yet occasional meal: predatory drill holes in Paleocene ostracods from Argentina and methods to infer predation intensity. Palaeontology. https://doi.org/10.1111/pala.12423

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Villegas-Martín J, Ceolin D, Fauth G, Klompmaker A (2019) Data from: A small yet occasional meal: predatory drill holes in Paleocene ostracods from Argentina and methods to infer predation intensity. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.80df776
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