Data from: Palaeobiogeography of the north pacific toothed mysticetes (Cetacea, Aetiocetidae): a key to Oligocene cetacean distributional patterns

Atzcalli Ehécatl Hernández Cisneros & Jorge Velez Juarbe
Biogeographical distributional patterns of cetaceans reflect dispersal events and colonization of the oceans from their ancestral area in the ancient Sea of Tethys ~53 Ma. Likewise, they shows several vicariance events throughout the evolutionary history of this group. However, our understanding of how these processes took place and what biogeographical scenarios occurred among the different groups of cetaceans through time, is limited. Consequently, this work focuses on explaining the distributional patterns of the well-known North...
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