Data from: Phylogenetic revision of the Strophomenida, a diverse and ecologically important palaeozoic brachiopod order

Curtis R. Congreve, Andrew Z. Krug, Mark E. Patzkowksy & Mark E. Patzkowsky
The order Strophomenida was an ecologically abundant and taxonomically diverse group of Palaeozoic brachiopods that originated in the earliest Ordovician and went extinct in the Carboniferous. During their long geological range, the Strophomenida survived two of the ‘Big Five’ mass extinction events, the Late Ordovician and the Late Devonian, suggesting that they are potentially informative taxa for studying the evolutionary effects of these two distinct mass extinctions, each with drastically different forcing mechanisms. However, while...
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