Data from: Evolution of the locomotory system in eels (Teleostei: Elopomorpha)

Cathrin Pfaff, Roberto Zorzin & Jürgen Kriwet
Background Living anguilliform eels represent a distinct clade of elongated teleostean fishes inhabiting a wide range of habitats. Locomotion of these fishes is highly influenced by the elongated body shape, the anatomy of the vertebral column, and the corresponding soft tissues represented by the musculotendinous system. Up to now, the evolution of axial elongation in eels has been inferred from living taxa only, whereas the reconstruction of evolutionary patterns and functional ecology in extinct eels...
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