Adaptive shifts underlie the divergence in wing morphology in bombycoid moths
Cite this dataset
Aiello, Brett et al. (2021). Adaptive shifts underlie the divergence in wing morphology in bombycoid moths [Dataset]. Dryad. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fj6q573v7
This data set includes several data types.
First, a phylogenetic tree of bombycoid moths inferred using a dataset of 606 loci of 57 species and one outgroup. Here we include the raw tree, the dated tree, and the locus recovery data.
Next, we included the outputs of digitized moth body and wing shapes that include data for the forewing, hindwing, and combined wing. These data are the raw data used in this paper. All digitized outputs are from images of museum specimens from the Florida Museum of Natural History. We also include these images as well.
Finally, we include the output from the analyis of the wing and body data which is the data on the functional metrics calculated for the wings and body of each species used in this study. These files are .csv files that begin with the title Table D and then include an extension in the file name to note if it is forewing (FW), hindwind (HW), combined wing (CW) or body (BODY).