Data from: Morphological and biomechanical disparity of crocodile-line archosaurs following the end-Triassic extinction

Thomas L. Stubbs, Stephanie E. Pierce, Emily J. Rayfield & Philip S. L. Anderson
Mesozoic crurotarsans exhibited diverse morphologies and feeding modes, representing considerable ecological diversity, yet macroevolutionary patterns remain unexplored. Here we employ a unique combination of morphological and biomechanical disparity metrics to quantify the ecological diversity and trophic radiations of Mesozoic crurotarsans, using the mandible as a morpho-functional proxy. We recover three major trends. First, the diverse assemblage of Late Triassic crurotarsans was morphologically and biomechanically disparate, implying high levels of ecological variation; but, following the end-Triassic...
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