Data from: Early evolutionary differentiation of morphological variation in the mandible of South American caviomorph rodents (Rodentia, Caviomorpha)

Alicia Álvarez, Sergio I Perez & Diego H Verzi
Caviomorphs are a clade of South American rodents recorded at least since the early Oligocene (>31.5 Ma) that exhibit ample eco-morphological variation. It has been proposed that phylogenetic structure is more important than ecological factors for understanding mandibular shape variation in this clade. This was interpreted as a result of the long-standing evolutionary history of caviomorphs and the early divergence of major lineages. In this work we test this hypothesis through analysis of morphological variation...
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