Evolutionary implications of dental anomalies in bats
Esquivel, Diego A; Maestri, Renan; Santana, Sharlene E (2021), Evolutionary implications of dental anomalies in bats, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.zcrjdfn9x
We compiled an extensive database of dental anomalies spanning 17,905 bat specimens using the diffenrent resources, and performed phylogenetic comparative analyses to investigate the role of phylogenetic history and dietary specialization on incidence of dental anomalies.
This dataset contains information used in the corresponding analyzes:
Supplementary Data 1. Number of specimens included per species of bats,
and the list of museums and catalogue numbers of
specimens examined (.docx).
Supplementary Data 2. Dietary classification for 269 bat species used in
the present study. Data sources and references are
included (.docx and .xlsx).
Supplementary Data 3. Phylogeny of 269 bat operational taxonomic units
(OTUs) with dental anomalies data. Molecular
phylogeny modified from Shi and Rabosky (2015).
Major taxonomic groups are indicated (.docx).
Supplementary Data 4. Bat family, species, type of anomaly, number of
individuals with anomalies, total number recorded,
and percentage incidence analyzed in this study (.docx and .xlsx).
Supplementary Data 5. Bat families, genus and species recorded with dental
anomalies. Oligodontia or polyodontia are described
by species and a list of references is included (.docx and .xlsx).
Supplementary Data 6. Phylogenies showing the percentage incidence of
dental anomalies in oligodontia (left), and
polyodontia (right) across species, with branch
colors representing ancestral state estimation using
maximum likelihood (.docx).
Supplementary Data 7A. Bar plots showing the extent of the data coverage.
The first bar plot shows raw data and the second
log raw data. 7B. Estimating the effect of sample
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