Data from: Habitat effects on intra-species variation in functional morphology: evidence from freshwater fish

Fangmin Shuai, Shixiao Yu, Sovan Lek & Xinhui Li
Biotic-environment interactions have long been considered an important factor in functional phenotype differentiation in organisms. The differentiation processes determining functional phenotypes can reveal important mechanisms yielding differences in specific functions of animal traits in the ecosystem. In the present study we examined functional morphological variations in relation to increasing geographic altitude. Six fish species were examined for how environment factors affect intra-specific functional morphology in the subtropical Pearl River in southern China. Functional morphology traits...
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