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2016. Armbruster, Jonathan, Lujan, Nathan, Armbruster, Jonathan W., and Lujan, Nathan K. A new species of the suckermouth armored catfish genus Peckoltia is described from the lower Ventuari River, a tributary of the upper Orinoco River... ZooKeys. Auburn University and Royal Ontario Museum.
2. Data from: Beyond neutral and forbidden links: morphological matches and the assembly of mutualistic hawkmoth-plant networks
2016. Sazatornil, Federico D., Moré, Marcela, Benitez-Vieyra, Santiago, Cocucci, Andrea A., Kitching, Ian J., Schlumpberger, Boris O., Oliveira, Paulo E., Sazima, Marlies, and Amorim, Felipe W. A major challenge in evolutionary ecology is to understand how co-evolutionary processes shape patterns of interactions between species at communit... Journal of Animal Ecology. National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Natural History Museum, Herrenhausen Gardens; Hannover Germany*, Federal University of Uberlândia, State University of Campinas, and Sao Paulo State University.
3. Data from: A basal lithostrotian titanosaur (Dinosauria: Sauropoda) with a complete skull: implications for the evolution and paleobiology of Titanosauria
2017. Martínez, Rubén D. F., Lamanna, Matthew C., Novas, Fernando E., Ridgely, Ryan C., Casal, Gabriel A., Martínez, Javier E., Vita, Javier R., and Witmer, Lawrence M. We describe Sarmientosaurus musacchioi gen. et sp. nov., a titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian–Turonian) Lower Me... PLOS ONE. National University of Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Laboratorio de Anatomía Comparada y Evolución de los Vertebrados, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, Buenos Aires, Argentina*, Ohio University, Hospital Regional de Comodoro Rivadavia, Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina*, and Resonancia Magnética Borelli, Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina*.
4. Data from: A collection of non-human primate computed tomography scans housed in MorphoSource, a repository for 3D data
2016. Copes, Lynn E., Lucas, Lynn M., Thostenson, James D., Hoekstra, Hopi E., and Boyer, Douglas M. A dataset of high-resolution microCT scans of primate skulls (crania and mandibles) and certain postcranial elements was collected to address quest... Scientific Data. Arizona State University, Duke University, and Harvard University.
5. Data from: A first look at diversification of Beaksedges (tribe Rhynchosporeae: Cyperaceae) in habitat, pollination, and photosynthetic features
2016. Buddenhagen, Christopher E., Thomas, W. Wayt, and Mast, Austin R. Tribe Rhynchosporeae (ca. 386 spp.; Cyperaceae) has high levels of endemicity (? 44%) in tropical and subtropical American savannas and can provide... Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden.
6. Data from: A gravid fossil turtle from the Early Cretaceous reveals a different egg development strategy to that of extant marine turtles
2018. Cadena, Edwin-Alberto, Parra-Ruge, Mary Luz, Parra-Ruge, Juan de D., and Padilla-Bernal, Santiago. Extant sea turtles develop and lay pliable (flexible) eggs, however, it is unknown if they inherited this reproductive strategy from their closer f... Palaeontology. Del Rosario University and Centro de Investigaciones Paleontológicas; Villa de Leyva Colombia*.
2019. Diniz-Filho, Jose Alexandre Felizola, Souza, Kelly S., Bini, Luis Mauricio, Loyola, Rafael, Dobrovolski, Ricardo, Rodrigues, Fabrício, Lima-Ribeiro, Matheus de S., Terribile, Levi C., Rangel, Thiago F., Bione, Igor, Freitas, Roniel, Machado, Ibere F., Rocha, Tainá, Lorini, Maria L., Vale, Mariana M., Navas, Carlos A., Maciel, Natan M., Villalobos, Fabricio, Olalla-Tárraga, Miguel A., and Gouveia, Sidney. Despite the widespread use of Ecological Niche Models (ENMs) for predicting the responses of species to climate change, these models do not explici... Ecography. Universidade Federal de Goiás, Inst. de Biologia, Univ. Federal da Bahia Salvador BA Brasil*, Inst. Biotatá and PDJ/CNPq Rio de Janeiro Brasil*, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, University of Sao Paulo, Red de Biología Evolutiva, Inst de Ecología A.C., Xalapa, Veracruz Mexico*, Biodiversity and Macroecology Lab, Dept of Biology and Geology, Physics and Inorganic Chemistry, Rey Juan Carlos Univ Madrid Spain*, and Depto de Ecologia, CCBS, Univ Federal de Sergipe Aracaju, Sergipe Brasil*.
8. Data from: A molecular genetic time scale demonstrates Cretaceous origins and multiple diversification rate shifts within the order Galliformes (Aves)
2015. Stein, R. Will, Brown, Joseph W., and Mooers, Arne Ø. The phylogeny of Galliformes (landfowl) has been studied extensively; however, the associated chronologies have been criticized recently due to mis... Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Simon Fraser University and University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
9. Data from: A molecular phylogeny of Eumorpha (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) and the evolution of anti-predator larval eyespots
2015. Ponce, Francesca V., Breinholt, Jesse W., Hossie, Thomas, Barber, Jesse R., Janzen, Daniel H., Hallwachs, Winnie, and Kawahara, Akito Y. Many insects possess conspicuous external circular ring markings that resemble the eye of a vertebrate. These ‘eyespots’ typically function to star... Systematic Entomology. University of Florida, Carleton University, Boise State University, and University of Pennsylvania.
10. Data from: A molecular phylogeny of Staphyleaceae: implications for generic delimitation and classical biogeographic disjunctions in the family
2017. Harris, AJ, Chen, Ping-Ting, Xu, Xin-Wei, Yang, Xue, Wen, Jun, and Zhang, Jian-Qiang. Staphyleaceae traditionally comprises three genera of temperate and tropical trees and shrubs: Euscaphis Siebold & Zucc., Staphylea L., and Tuprini... Journal of Systematics and Evolution. Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Wuhan University, Kunming University, and Shaanxi Normal University.