Data from: Diversification dynamics of Cheilostome Bryozoa based on a Bayesian analysis of the fossil record

Farideh Moharrek, Paul Taylor, Daniele Silvestro, Helen Jenkins, Dennis Gordon & Andrea Waeschenbach
Cheilostomata is the most diverse and ecologically dominant order of bryozoans living today. We apply a Bayesian framework to estimate macroevolutionary rates of cheilostomes since the Late Jurassic across four datasets: I) manually curated genus ranges, II) published text-mined genus ranges, III) non-revised Paleobiology Database (PBDB) records, IV) revised and augmented PBDB records. All datasets revealed increased origination rates in the Albian, and a twin K-Pg and Danian extinction rate peak. High origination rates in...
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